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Uganda Spring 2013

We set off with a team of 8 guys to Entebbe, to begin our project, teaching Cricket and giving our HIV/AIDS message to those we met. It was hot. At 2.00 pm every day, it was very hot and even the locals were moving a little slower in the afternoon. The team however, never buckled […]

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East Uganda Spring 2013

I’ve found Uganda a vibrant and fascinating country. Everywhere you turn there are sights and sounds which attack the senses. Sometimes there are even rolling hills that reminded me of Scotland! The people are what makes any nation and the Ugandan’s are amongst the friendliest, most helpful and genuinely caring individuals I’ve met. I decided […]

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Rwanda Spring 2013

The first week we were based in and around Kigali, visiting a mixture of schools from public to private and primary to secondary, not forgetting the incredible Rwandan Orphans Project (ROP), where the team all turned into Madonna and if we could have brought a child each home we would have.  In the second week […]

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Northern Uganda Spring 2013

Once more the CWB team visited the three Northern Ugandan towns Arua, Lira and Gulu. It is amazing to see what a difference 12 months has made since the first visit with schools in all of the areas embracing the game and also the important messages that we have helped to pass along. So what […]

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Cameroon Autumn 2012

During the inaugural CWB project to Cameroon, the team spent the first week in the hustle and bustle of Yaoundé, the Capital of Cameroon and the base of the Cameroon Cricket Federation – FECACRICKET. The Cricket Federation have identified Yaoundé as key area of development for them previously and had done some ground work before […]

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Botswana Autumn 2012

On the 3rd November 7 volunteers left the uk to undertake the cwb hiv/aids project to Botswana covering two places Gaborone the capital in the south and Francistown/masunga in the north of the country working with the Botswana cricket association to promote cricket and HIV/AIDS awareness the following schools were visited seboko , motsatsing phutadikobo, […]

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Kenya Autumn 2012

The group spent the first week in Nakuru which is one of CWB’s many success stories. Cricket Kenya has really invested in developing cricket in this area and the results can clearly be seen. The second week was spent in the most incredible scenery imaginable in Laikipia. This is the home of the Maasai Cricket […]

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Rwanda Autumn 2012

In the autumn of 2012 CWB returned to Rwanda to continue the good work of previous trips in promoting HIV/AIDS awareness and developing cricket throughout the country. For most of the team it was a first trip to Africa but for those returning it was pleasing to see some familiar faces and to witness how […]

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Uganda Autumn 2012

The Autumn project in Uganda was a little different from previous ones as it took place in the northern part of the country, where until a few years ago forages by The Lord's Resistance Army made it a pretty unsafe place to go. A small CWB coaching team had visited earlier in the year and […]

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Northern Uganda Summer 2012

Cricket Without Boundaries were asked to deliver cricket coaching courses in Lira, Gulu and Arua to teachers between 29th June to 16th July 2012 by the Uganda Cricket Association as part of their cricket development programme in Northern Uganda supported by the ICC and UK Sport. In each town 32 teachers from selected primary and […]

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Kenya Spring 2012

CWB has returned from another highly successful project in Kenya. 8 volunteers from different parts of the UK with various backgrounds and life experiences spent two weeks in Kenya in a bid to build on the work of previous CWB projects. In the process teaching cricket with the HIV/AIDS education messages that so desperately need […]

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Uganda Spring 2012

A team of volunteers have recently returned from Uganda following a successful 17 day trip to 3 centres in the East. The team, made up of members of the Belvoir Cricket Trust led by Paul Rowe and Richard Davies. The team once again visited Masaka, Kasese and Fort Portal, helping to continue the development started […]

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Rwanda Spring 2012

The Spring trip to Rwanda saw further progress there and another fantastic set of CWB volunteers doing the charity proud. The first week was lead by David Terrace, and saw the team concentrate on work in the Rwandan capital, Kigali. A highlight was returning to the Rwandan orphans project, always inspiring, a number of impromptu games […]

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Botswana Spring 2012

The team met on a grey morning at Heathrow airport, preparing to spend two, what would turn out to be amazing weeks together in the beautiful Botswana. There were a number of highlights throughout the project, perhaps too many to mention. However, there is certainly a few which we cannot pass by. The first was […]

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