• Over 3,000
    Over 3,000 adults trained as ICC coaches.
  • Bowling AIDS out of Africa
    Bowling AIDS out of Africa Linking cricket to HIV/AIDS awareness.
  • Volunteer now
    Volunteer now We are looking for volunteers, qualified or unqualified, for projects in spring and autumn.
  • Over 90,000 children
    Over 90,000 children coached in 9 African countries since 2005.

CWB Autumn Round-Up


Autumn 2014 saw Cricket Without Boundaries deliver a record six projects across five countries, coaching more than 30,000 children and training around 200 coaches.


Building winning partnerships – World Aids Day Reflections.

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December 1st, World AIDS day is an annual chance to reflect and showcase the work that goes into fighting this terrible disease and focus on how we can do more.



  • T for Testing – why we are supporting National HIV Testing week

    The ABC-T message is our method of integrating HIV awareness messages into our cricket coaching. The T is for testing – a key element in fighting the spread of HIV and living positively with HIV. Read More
  • Opening up - Autumn 2014

    In a few days time CWB will be entering its 10th year. It seems only yesterday that myself, Andy and Chris were sitting around a kitchen table talking about how we were going to coach cricket from Cairo to Cape Town. Read More
  • Eva, elephants and karate kids: Luke's highlights from Kenya 2

    I have been back from Kenya for over a week now and I have only just stopped having 'CWB dreams'. It is as though my brain was still trying to process all the magical, mind-blowing and moving things we encountered. From the 4000 smiling children we coached, to meeting Massai Read More
  • Gloucestershire coach Olly scoops ECB south west award

    Cricket Without Boundaries volunteer Olly Ralph has been named the ECB Young Coach of the Year for the South West. The 23-year-old from Bristol picked up the award for his work with Gloucestershire’s county and district teams and in local schools. Read More
  • Hitting FGM for six!

    For the International Day of the Girl Child 2014, 28 Too Many and Cricket Without Boundaries (CWB) are pleased to announce a ground breaking project in Kenya using sport to bring communities together, empower girls and encourage the abandonment of female genital mutilation (FGM). Read More
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CWB Videos

Watch clips of CWB in action and also interviews explaining how we use cricket to deliver positive HIV/AIDS messages

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England spinner Holly Colvin recently returned from a two week project

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During the trip Holly was part of a seven-strong team that coached more than 3000 children and trained over 50 new coaches.

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Maasai Cricket Warriors

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One of Cricket Without Boundaries major success stories, the Maasai Cricket Warriors are to be the subject of a fantastic documentary, directed by Barney Douglas (Swanny's diaries) and with the help of executive producer Jimmy Anderson.

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Daily reports from Africa

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Find out what happens on a 2 week CWB trip by following our projects blogs.

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Cameroon Autumn 2014

8th - 24th Nov
Keep up to date with the latest project in Cameroon.
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Rwanda Autumn 2014

19th Sept - 3rd Oct
Keep up to date with the latest project in Rwanda.
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Uganda Autumn 2014

23rd Sept - 10th Oct
Keep up to date with the latest project in Uganda.
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Botswana Autumn 2014

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4th - 18th October
Keep up to date with the latest project in Botswana.
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Kenya Autumn 2014

4th - 18th Oct
Keep up to date with the latest project in Kenya.
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Cricket Without Boundaries (CWB) is a UK cricket development and AIDS awareness charity. It is run almost entirely by the dedication and enthusiasm of its volunteers. Since its formation in 2005 CWB has become one of the world's leading Cricket Development and AIDS awareness charities. It is dedicated to helping, educating and developing local communities around the world through the spread and growth of cricket.

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Volunteer now

We are looking for general sports enthusiasts, qualified or unqualified, for projects in spring and autumn. Each project will require 2 weeks to be spent in Africa and a weekend of training in the UK before departure. ​The projects will include working with local schools, delivery of HIV / Aids awareness messages, training local people as coaches, umpires and scorers and acting as a representative of CWB.