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Thursday, 03 September 2020 12:03

Mercury Phoenix Trust project: 6 month report

Despite the disruptions in 2020 due to Covid-19, we were still able to work on our project with partners Avert to develop, design and begin to implement new flashcards to use in cricket sessions across our sub-Saharan Africa partner countries, to get conversations going about HIV.

Tuesday, 04 August 2020 10:49

Meet Manny, CWB Ambassador

I am Emmanuel Isaneez, I’m 33 years of age. I am one of 3 children, I have Tony and Susan as my brother and sister, from the family of Mr. Francis Omongole. I come from Uganda in a small town called Jinja. Jinja is well known because its where you find the source of River Nile that goes up to Egypt.

In the late 1990’s three friends at university, Ed Williams, Chris Kangis and Andy Hobbs had a dream that one day they would travel across Africa on local transport and coach cricket in the townships.

The Trustees of CWB do a great job in developing strategy and supporting the delivery on the ground. Often they are behind the scenes, but we want to bring them to the front. Today meet Tracey Francis, Trustee since 2019.

Two years ago we started our programme in Jordan, linking with Right to Play Jordan to introduce cricket into schools via their ‘StrengthenIng our Schools‘ programme.

Tuesday, 16 June 2020 19:41

World Refugee Day

As we head into Refugee Week, culminating in World Refugee Day on 20th June, it’s fair to say that set against a rather turbulent backdrop of the global response to COVID-19 and Black Lives Matter protests, it’s certainly a powerful mix. It is also one which should make us reflect on not just supporting refugees, but also how we do this.

CWB are delighted to have been chosen as one of the charities to benefit from the remarkable efforts of Marlborough College Cricket Club!

Wednesday, 03 June 2020 09:24

Meet Emmy CWB ambassador

My name is Emmy Uwiragiye, I’m 23 years old and I am the 5th child in a family of 7. I’m from the northern province Rwanda. I live in Rulindo district, Kinihira sector.

Thursday, 28 May 2020 21:10

Cricket in the time of COVID-19

“Pandemic Stopped Play” - certainly it has felt like that has been the case, as cricket grounds around the world have been forced into an unnatural summer hibernation, lying unused under blue skies and sunshine.

Cricket Without Boundaries are grateful to the student members of Marlborough College Cricket Club for including CWB alongside NHS Charities Together and the Ruth Strauss Foundation in its RUN 100 TO RAISE 100 challenge.

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