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Saturday, 02 May 2020 12:56

Annual Report 2019

We are delighted to be able to share with you our Annual Report for 2019 – packed full of photos and updates from another great year at Cricket Without Boundaries. We hope this provides an enjoyable read and thank you for your ongoing support and volunteering efforts, which made all of these great things possible.

Cricket Without Boundaries are delighted to confirm that we have appointed two new Trustees; Dr Matthew Quaife, Assistant Professor in Health Economics at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, and David Terrace, long-standing CWB volunteer and charity-governance expert.

Thursday, 02 April 2020 20:44

No ball? No problem!

For the second #CWBchallenge we are going a little more creative - this week your task is to make your own ball from material in your home, garden or yard. You’ll then be able to use this ball in future challenges!

Friday, 27 March 2020 15:28

COVID-19 update

Like everyone, the team at Cricket Without Boundaries, our partner Cricket Associations, and the communities we work with year-round, are feeling the effects of COVID-19.

Tuesday, 18 February 2020 12:37

Partnership with Avert

We’re delighted to announce the launch of a new project at Cricket Without Boundaries, delivered in collaboration with HIV education charity Avert (check out the dedicated project page on Avert’s website here) and made possible through funding from the Mercury Phoenix Trust.

Sunday, 19 January 2020 06:49

#InspireDreams by volunteering with CWB

Last year, over 65,000 children – half of whom were girls – across Africa, the Middle East and Europe were coached by our CWB volunteers. Volunteers from across the UK, from 18 to 63 all motivated to inspire, to coach, to share and experience the power of sport to make a difference to young people and inspire their dreams.

Monday, 16 December 2019 09:17

UNHCR Sports Coalition

As part of UNHCR Global Refugee Forum, CWB is proud to be part of a worldwide sports coalition to work with young refugees to help them discover their potential. Through our work in East Africa and more recently the Middle East and the UK, we promote inclusivity and the important of team work through playing cricket.

Monday, 16 December 2019 09:05

Right to Play Jordan

Working with Right to Play Jordan we have supported the upskilling of teachers, to use cricket based games to aid with core curricular learning of Maths, English and Arabic as well as social development via team building, leadership and ownership to local Jordan and refugee children.

Congratulations to CWB Ambassador and Cricket Kenya coach Nicholas Oluoch who has been appointed interim head coach for Kenya women's national side, for their upcoming international tour of Botwana, which will feature 7 T20I fixtures at the Gabrone Oval.

The global theme for World AIDS Day in 2019 is Communities Make The Difference.

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