The first half of 2018 has proven an exciting one as several new projects come to fruition including exploring new opportunities in Jordan and the UK. As Cricket Without Boundaries’ continues to grow beyond our HIV-education origins we look to play to our strengths of inclusion and non-discrimination by addressing gender issues, including girls’ empowerment, and refugee integration.
Downend CC’s Thom Manning has been named Gloucestershire’s Coach of the Year for 2018.
Thom won the ECB award for running the county’s biggest All Stars Cricket programme and for his work with cricket development and HIV/AIDS awareness charity Cricket Without Boundaries.
Cricket Without Boundaries are excited to announce a unique cricket project, led by CWB and working in partnership with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), and global development organisation Right to Play, will be delivered in Jordan, starting next week.
This Autumn, CWB sent 3 teams of volunteers to Uganda and Rwanda to deliver cricket, while using the game to share messages about HIV prevention and Testing, challenging stigma, and empowering boys and girls to believe they can change their communities for the better.
Cricket Without Boundaries (CWB) is looking for a new Country Manager (CM) to continue its work in Cameroon.
Cricket Without Boundaries is a UK charity who use cricket as a tool for social development. While the charity is best known for its work tackling HIV in sub-Saharan Africa, CWB has also used the sport to help reintegrate child soldiers, work with communities to end FGM and has recently begun work in the UK delivering female empowerment training for community coaches.
An unforgettable experience is in store for volunteers across the country who could be on their way to Africa to coach cricket, while delivering vital health messages.
Development charity Cricket Without Boundaries is looking for volunteers to join them in five African countries in 2018 to coach cricket to thousands of young people. Cricket is used in a completely unique way to raise awareness around HIV/AIDS and FGM. Over the past ten years around 400 volunteers have coached over 250,000 children in Botswana, Cameroon, Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda. The impact has been on local communities has been remarkable.