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Tim Rice-Oxley
 
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Tim Rice-Oxley from Keane talks about Cricket Without Boundaries and his love for the game of cricket. Filmed during the Cricket Without Boundaries v England Women at Arundel Castle, Fir 13 Sept 2013.
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Oluma Obil Patrick, Otim Tom Primary School
 
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Oluma Obil Patrick from Otim Tom Primary School in Lira, Northern Uganda discusses the impact that cricket has had in his school in the 12 months since CWB first visited. Shot during the Spring 2013 trip to Arua, Gulu and Lira - Northern Uganda.
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Don't stop me now
 
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Cricket Without Boundaries Short Intro
 
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Cricket Without Boundaries - http://www.cricketwithoutboundaries.com Cricket Without Boundaries (CWB) is a UK based charity dedicated to helping, educating and developing local communities around the World through the spread and growth of cricket. It is also about personal empowerment, both for adults and for children. The Charity uses the sport to help develop personal skills ranging from basic teamwork to self-discipline and leadership.
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Jack Waicigo, Nakuru Day Secondary School
 
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Jack talks to Cricket Without Boundaries about the power of boys and girls playing cricket together and using cricket to deliver positive HIV/AIDS awareness messages. Taken during the cricket festival day at Rift Valley Sports Club during the CWB Autumn 2012 trip.
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Maggie Kamua, Baharini Primary School, Nakuru, Kenya
 
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Maggie talks to Cricket Without Boundaries about the effect that cricket has had in her school and the problems they face with HIV/AIDS. Taken during the cricket festival day at Rift Valley Sports Club during the CWB Autumn 2012 trip.
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Cricket Without Boundaries - Rwanda Trip 2016!
 
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Check out this video from our trip to Rwanda in the Autumn of 2016! We taught over 4000 kids the joy of cricket as well as promoting important HIV & AIDS awareness messages. In 2017, we're going to Cameroon & Uganda in Spring and Rwanda, Botswana & Kenya in the Autumn. Please share this video & check out everything we do at http://cricketwithoutboundaries.com We're always looking for new volunteers for trips Music: Bearded Youth Quest 'Bjork Scratchings' - listen to more: https://beardedyouthquest.bandcamp.com Video edited by Ian Kitt.
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ICC Cricket 360
 
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A feature on Cricket Without Boundaries produced by the ICC taken during the Autumn 2012 project to Rwanda.
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Cricket Without Boundaries
 
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Cricket Without Boundaries - http://www.cricketwithoutboundaries.com Cricket Without Boundaries (CWB) is a UK based charity dedicated to helping, educating and developing local communities around the World through the spread and growth of cricket. It is also about personal empowerment, both for adults and for children. The Charity uses the sport to help develop personal skills ranging from basic teamwork to self-discipline and leadership.
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Right to Play, Baqa’a camp Play day
 
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Originally created as one of six ‘emergency’ camps, to accommodate displaced Palestinians following the 1967 Arab-Israeli war, Baqa’a camp is now the largest refugee camp in Jordan, home to 250,000 refugees. It is here that Right to Play run a monthly ‘fun day’, gathering children on a rooftop near the centre of the camp, to provide them with a few hours of fun and learning. Right to Play were immensely welcoming throughout the week; we were looking forward to combining their approach with our own.
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Cricket Without Boundaries - What We Do!
 
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Volunteer for a trip: cricketwithoutboundaries.com/volunteer Cricket Without Boundaries works in 5 sub-Saharan African countries to deliver cricket development alongside health and social messages. We work on the principle that sport - particularly cricket - is inclusive and accessible for all. Project work is delivered in two week blocks by our volunteers. These projects are vital for generating interest and excitement in cricket when delivering in new areas, and for sustaining and building on that interest in areas where the cricket is already established. A typical project will include schools and community coaching, coach education, and festival days where cricket skills can be tested and messages reinforced. Our ambassadors then work in country to maintain momentum between projects, supporting communities in continuing cricket as well as the critical health and social messages. A Cricket Without Boundaries project is typically joyful, loud, and busy. We pride ourselves on our hard work, adaptability and enthusiasm which allow us to deliver cricket sessions that can make a real difference.
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UNHCR Jordan - Cricket come to Mafraq
 
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Cricket comes to Jordan! See how the refugee boys and girls of Mafraq learned a new skill and shared their hopes and worries while having fun with Cricket Without Boundaries
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Interview with Christopher Barungi
 
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Interview with Christopher Barungi, teacher at Masindi Town Model Primary school and Red Cross volunteer from the Autumn 2011 Cricket Without Boundaries Uganda project. For more information please visit http://www.cricketwithoutboundaries.com
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2015 in pictures
 
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2014 in Pictures
 
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2013 in Pictures
 
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A summary of another great year for Cricket Without Boundaries.
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Hands up for #HIVprevention
 
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December 1 marks the annual World AIDS Day, but you can participate in an awareness campaign titled “Hands Up for #HIVprevention” right now. Organized by the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS), the campaign asks people around the globe to participate. Here’s how: Think about what you feel we need to strengthen HIV prevention efforts—things like condoms or rights for women. Then write that word or phrase on the palm of your hand, photograph it and upload it on the UNAIDS Facebook page.
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2016 in Pictures
 
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Rwanda
 
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Known as the Land of a Thousand Hills, Rwanda is also now the most densely populated country in Africa, with over 300 people per square kilometre. Half of Rwanda’s citizens are under the age of 18. Most of these children live on less than $1 a day. Many are still recovering from the 1994 genocide and its aftermath, when an estimated 800,000 Rwandans were killed during a 100-day period. Cricket in Rwanda has played a significant role in the healing and reconciliation process following the genocide. Hardly played before 1994, there are now an estimated 10,000 players in the country. Gaining ICC affiliate status in 2003, cricket in the country continues to grow, although structured competition is focused in the capital, Kigali. WHY ARE CWB IN RWANDA? CWB are proud of the work our ambassadors and volunteers do on a day-to-day basis to use cricket to continue to bring people together in Rwanda. From peace building training for our ambassadors, to our ongoing relationship with the Rwandan Orphans Project, CWB use cricket in Rwanda to emphasise that all can work and play together - no matter what their size, gender or ethnicity. As with all sub-Saharan countries, Rwanda has a not insignificant HIV burden. The country has 170,000 people living with HIV, 22,000 of these being children under 14. Although the official prevalence level of 2.4% is relatively low the lack of systematic testing in the country means the fight against HIV continues to be a challenge.
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Grace, Bulembia Primary School in Kilembia, Uganda.
 
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Grace is a teacher at Bulembia Primary School in Kilembia. She has three children and one grandchild. She is HIV positive. She found out that she was 'a member of the club' as she put it, when she was pregnant with her daughter Elshadie. She believes she contracted it from her husband who later collapsed and died having refused to get tested or accept any form of treatment for fear of being stigmatised. But against all the odds Grace's isn't one of despair, it is one of courage, inspiration and hope. For while life is tough for her, this remarkable lady has taken the cruel hand that she has been dealt and sought to make the very best of what she has.
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Patrick - Lira, Northern Uganda
 
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Patrick talks to Ed about some of the issues that have affected Lira in the past and how sport can help heal old wounds.
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Andre's Story - Cricket Without Boundaries
 
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Cricket Without Boundaries - http://www.cricketwithoutboundaries.com Cricket Without Boundaries (CWB) is a UK based charity dedicated to helping, educating and developing local communities around the World through the spread and growth of cricket. It is also about personal empowerment, both for adults and for children. The Charity uses the sport to help develop personal skills ranging from basic teamwork to self-discipline and leadership.
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2018 Training weekend
 
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Charlotte Edwards MBE
 
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The England Womens captain with a special message to all the girls playing cricket out in Africa. Filmed during the Cricket Without Boundaries v England Women at Arundel Castle, Fir 13 Sept 2013
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Anto's Story - Cricket Without Boundaries
 
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Cricket Without Boundaries - http://www.cricketwithoutboundaries.com Cricket Without Boundaries (CWB) is a UK based charity dedicated to helping, educating and developing local communities around the World through the spread and growth of cricket. It is also about personal empowerment, both for adults and for children. The Charity uses the sport to help develop personal skills ranging from basic teamwork to self-discipline and leadership.
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Day in the Life - Team Rwanda Autumn 2013
 
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A short video showing a typical example of a volunteers day, taken during the recent visit to Rwanda.
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Henry Olongo endorses CWB
 
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Henry Olonga, appearing on Cricket AM, gives a few words on why he endorses Cricket Without Boundaries.
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Interview with Florence Acham
 
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Interview with Florence Acham, Teacher at Rock View Primary School, Tororo from the Autumn 2011 Cricket Without Boundaries Uganda project. For more information please visit http://www.cricketwithoutboundaries.com
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Jordan Project CWB Spring 2018
 
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Located in the heart of the Middle East region, Jordan has for long welcomed refugees looking to escape regional crises, particularly in the past sixty years. Such migration has led to huge population growth and changes in the make of up the domestic population. In recent years, the Syria crisis has had particular impact on the country as a whole with over one million Syrian refugees now living in the country as a result of the brutal civil war. This has had a profound impact on access to resources generally in the country. In Syria itself today, 13 million people need aid, 6.5 million don’t have enough to eat, 4 out of 5 live in poverty, and 1.75 million children are out of school. The risk of a lost generation has never been greater, as we face the largest refugee and displacement crisis since World War II.
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Cricket without Boundaries AIDS HIV message.m4v
 
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CWB Tutor Richard Davies delivers a HIV/AIDS message to school children during coaching at Masaka, Uganda
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Holly Colvin
 
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Holly Colvin, England Women's International lends her support to Cricket Without Boundaries during a recent visit to Kenya.
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Cameroon
 
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Cameroon is located on the west coast of Africa, and is often described as ‘Africa in Miniature’ as it encompasses such a diverse mixture of African culture, people and landscapes. With a population of 20 million people, the country is undergoing a notable demographic shift towards a more urbanised society – more than 50% of the population now live in urban areas. Cameroon is Cricket Without Boundaries’ newest country – we have worked there since November 2012 with the support of the Cameroon Cricket Federation. The CCF was itself only founded in 2005, but is actively working to grow the sport in Cameroon, with nearly 200 local coaches now operating in the country. CWB projects are always well supported by CCF coaches offering local knowledge and expertise. WHY ARE CWB IN CAMEROON? HIV has had a significant impact in Cameroon, the national HIV prevalence is estimated at 5.5% and 4% of AIDS-related deaths in sub-Saharan Africa occur in Cameroon. Young women in Cameroon are particularly at risk – with infection prevalence over 5 times higher in females aged 15-24 compared to males (2.7% vs 0.5%). The split demographics of Cameroon – rural vs urban – is also reflected in HIV testing rates. In the urbanised west region, 62% of the population know their HIV status, with that figure steadily dropping to below 20% as you move further north. The long term plan with Cameroon Cricket Federation is to support their ‘Cricket At School/ Le Cricket à L’école’ programme to champion the growth of Cricket in Cameroon at the same time of delivering key HIV and Aids awareness messages.
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Katie & Holly go to Rwanda
 
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In September, Katie & Holly (along with 7 others) will be venturing off to Rwanda with the charity, Cricket Without Boundaries. In order to go, we need to raise a total of £1,250 to not only enable the trip to run but we will also take vital cricket equipment, training tools and provide HIV testing centres so the legacy of our work can live on once we have left.
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Interview with Benay Atyam
 
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Interview with Benay Atyam volunteer at the Post Test Centre in Tororo from the Autumn 2011 Cricket Without Boundaries Uganda project. For more information please visit http://www.cricketwithoutboundaries.com
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Cricket Without Boundaries - Uganda Trip Spring 2017!
 
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In the Spring of 2017, CWB sent a great team out to Uganda to spread the joys of cricket and teach important health awareness messages. Check out all the great pics and videos from this trip! Sign up for a trip right here: http://cricketwithoutboundaries.com Music: One Republic - Good Life
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Play for Peace - Rwanda 20 years on
 
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On April 6 Rwanda will mark the 20th anniversary of the genocide that saw one million Tutsi and moderate Hutu people slaughtered by Hutu soldiers and militia in just 100 days. Time continues to play its part in healing the country's wounds but it is receiving a helping hand from an unlikely source -- cricket.
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Botswana
 
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Botswana is located in the heart of Southern Africa, located just north of South Africa. It has a small population spread over a vast area, the capital Gaborone has a population of around 250,000. Economic growth in the country is strong, underpinned by a significant diamond industry, and the country has a stable and democratically elected government. Perhaps unsurprisingly given its neighbours, cricket was started in the country by expatriates from South Africa and the Indian subcontinent. Botswana was elected to the ICC as an affiliate member in 2001, and there are currently over 8,000 active players in the country. Botswana is a member of the African Cricket Association, the national team are currently in Division Six of the ICC World Cricket League. WHY ARE CWB IN BOTSWANA? Botswana has been hit hard by AIDS. In 2009 there were an estimated 300,000 adults living with HIV; or one quarter of the population aged 15 and over. The country has an estimated adult HIV prevalence among 15-49 year olds of 24.8%, the second highest in the world.
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Clement Beginning
 
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Clement Chipanga is a Zimbabwean and is employed by the Botswana Cricket Association to develop cricket in 19 primary schools in Francistown (the second largest city in Botswana). This is the second time that CWB has worked with Clement - last year he was assessed for his ICC Level 0 coaching certificate. Clement has really bought into the cricket / HIV collaboration and preaches it in his coaching. On the last day of coaching prospective teachers at the Francistown Teacher Training College, we asked if Clement would like to talk about the link between AIDS and cricket which he did from the heart.
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Interview with Yusuf Nanga
 
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Interview with Yusuf Nanga from the Autumn 2011 Cricket Without Boundaries Uganda project. For more information please visit http://www.cricketwithoutboundaries.com
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+Community - Building a POSITIVE future
 
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It is clear that community is hugely important in the places CWB visits. Close nit communities provide support and comfort in times of need, work together to make the most of difficult situation and build promising futures for their members. This is often not the case for HIV+ people. Being HIV+ still has a huge amount of stigma within a lot of communities. This means HIV+ individuals are excluded from their community or feel as if they must hide their status to avoid being treated as such. As Georgina explains in the video below, an educated, aware and open-minded community can have such a positive impact on disease prevention, the experience of being diagnosed with HIV and living with the disease, while the opposite is true in communities still stigmatising HIV+ individuals. This is why CWB believes building positive communities is vital for the positive future.
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+Living - Building a POSITIVE future
 
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A diagnosis of being HIV positive can be the end of hope for many individuals. However as Georgina explains that no longer need be the case. Antiretroviral medication can reduce an infected individual's viral load to such a degree that the virus is barely detectable. These people can expect to live as long as the general population, give birth to healthy children, enjoy a healthy sex life, and generally do anything a non-infected person could expect to do. Yet, on a daily basis, these people face discrimination, stigma and more. During our trips, we meet many inspiring individuals whose outlook perfectly demonstrates that being HIV+ does not mean that you can't live a happy, healthy and fulfilled life. No words we can write will illustrate this as clearly as the video of Grace below. Like many people we meet, Grace has a positive outlook on her life, despite being greatly affected by this disease. She has refused to let it shape her or the life she leads, and in doing so sets an example to those around her. We believe examples like Grace's story will help break down the unnecessary stigma associated with this disease, helping others become unafraid of getting tested and discovering their status, whatever it may be, or to seek help that is readily available and will save lives.
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2017 in pictures
 
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2011 - 2012 Project Photographs #1
 
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Photographs from the 2011-2012 Cricket Without Boundaries projects. Created for the CWB away day 28th April 2012
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2011 - 2012 Project Photographs #2
 
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Photographs from the 2011-2012 Cricket Without Boundaries projects. Created for the CWB away day 28th April 2012
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Coach Education
 
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Cricket Without Boundaries uses the game of cricket to engage young people and as a medium to discuss and educate about health and social issues, principally HIV. To achieve this, volunteers and coaching ambassadors use novel metaphors from the game, linking cricket skills to messages such as Condom use/Protection and Testing for HIV. Delivery consists of project team coaching, cricket and testing festivals, ambassador coaching, and coach education. Coach education involves working with teachers and other community leaders to develop their cricket coaching skills, from technical knowledge to how to structure an inclusive and enjoyable session, as well as giving them insights into how to use cricket to teach their young people about relevant local health issues. The coach education programme is made up of two core courses, an introduction to cricket course and a basics of cricket course, which support coaches to deliver up to kwik/mini cricket level. Beyond this, CWB delivers bespoke upskilling courses up to the equivalent of Level 2, to support those coaches who have been engaged in cricket for some time to begin to deliver more technical content, including hard ball cricket. To find out more about the CWB coaching method visit: http://cwbblogs.com/volunteers/coaching/
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LMS World Champs
 
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A big thank you to all at Last Man Stands for raising over £1000 for CWB by auctioning places to play at Lords during their recent World Championship.
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Mathias Wasike
 
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ICC Maasai Cricket Warriors World Aids Day
 
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Video featuring the Maasai Cricket Warriors who CWB have visited and worked with on the last two Kenya projects. Footage courtesy of the ICC. More information on the ICC Think Wise campaign can be found here - http://icc-cricket.yahoo.net/the-icc/social_responsibility/think_wise/index.php
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+Education - Building a POSITIVE Future
 
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Often what people 'know' about HIV is incorrect, founded upon rumour, myth or ignorance. Still many people regard contracting HIV as a death sentence, unnecessarily stigmatising those who are infected. Through education, these myths can be debased, which is why CWB believes that education is a vital part of building a positive future. While our staple messages: the ABCs of Abstain, Be faithful, use a Condom, are simple and effective, we know this covers the tip of the iceberg. We strive to educate each person we come into contact with. This may be teaching children how to stay healthy and stop the virus spreading. Or educating teachers how cricket can be a tool for all manner of HIV messages: HIV+ children can and should play on an equal footing with those who aren't, educating those who are HIV positive around the importance of timely intervention and how to minimise the risk of passing on the infection. However, perhaps one of the most important lessons is that being HIV+ does not need to be the end of normal life, something that is often forgotten in the stigmatising environment of many communities. The video below shows the importance of increasing understanding and awareness and some real-life individual and community examples of positive education.
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BBC News Channel
 
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