The afternoon is spent at the Kigali Orphanage project, which at present count is home to around 70 boys aged between 4 and 18. After a brief introduction from the Orphanage Project Leader, Jenny, one thing that unifies the Rwandan nation is the massive smiles which, no matter what your age or circumstances, all possess. The boys we were coaching here this afternoon were no exception to this rule.   CWB Rwanda Project Leader, Carl, here demonstrated the perfect defensive shot.

Day 1 – Arrival and Rwanda Orphans Project

Day 4 – Friday 9th November | CWB - Botswana Autumn 2012

Day 4 – Friday November – The boys melt in Moshupa

HIV/AIDS testing at a Kenyan cricket tournament - a first for CWB

HIV/AIDS testing at a Kenyan cricket tournament - a first for CWB

Maggie, a teacher from Kenya, talks about the impact of HIV/AIDS on her class.

Maggie, a teacher from Kenya, talks about the impact of HIV/AIDS on her class.

Indorwa bowler Eric Dusabemungu took three key Dugout wickets to help Challengers CC to a 10-run win on Sunday. The New Times/ File.

Indorwa bowler Eric Dusabemungu took three key Dugout wickets to help Challengers CC to a win on Sunday. The New Times/ File.

World cricket stars unite in a call for young fans to "get the facts" about HIV prevention and to help eliminate AIDS-related stigma and discrimination, through a United Nations and International Cricket Council HIV awareness raising campaign running alongside the ICC World Twenty20

World cricket stars unite in a call for young fans to "get the facts" about HIV prevention and to help eliminate AIDS-related stigma and discrimination, through a United Nations and International Cricket Council HIV awareness raising campaign running alongside the ICC World Twenty20

CWB Spring Projects - Uganda 2013

Media Coverage Knows No Boundaries

CWB Spring Projects - Rwanda 2013 - Nyanza

CWB Spring Projects - Rwanda 2013 - Nyanza

CWB Spring Projects - Rwanda 2013 - Kigali

CWB Spring Projects - Rwanda 2013 - Kigali

Duchess sings CWBs praises - Today I realized children in Rwanda have so little – and yet so much. From the moment I arrived in this beautiful country I realize despite the great atrocities of 20 years ago the children of Rwanda are building a future together and through the great medium of cricket with CWB learning the messages for a healthy future.

Duchess sings CWBs praises - Today I realized children in Rwanda have so little – and yet so much. From the moment I arrived in this beautiful country I realize despite the great atrocities of 20 years ago the children of Rwanda are building a future together and through the great medium of cricket with CWB learning the messages for a healthy future.

CWB Spring Projects - Rwanda 2013 - International Women’s Day 2013

CWB Spring Projects - Rwanda 2013 - International Women’s Day 2013

CWB Spring Projects Rwanda 2013 - Lycee De Ruhango, Nyanze

Day 10 – Big drama in Gitarama

England spinner Holly Colvin coaching Kenyan children, Kenya - Holly was the face of CWB for World AIDS day

Holly Colvin spent a fortnight in Kenya with the charity Cricket Without Boundaries, helping to raise awareness of HIV/AIDS through cricket

Jack Waicigo, Nakuru Day Secondary School - a story from Kenya on World AIDS Day

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 .

We arrived at the One More Day For Children rescue centre at around 1.30pm and were welcomed with a song from the girls who live there. The residents – aged 8- 14 – have suffered from abuse, mutilation or escape from forced marriage at an early age.

We arrived at the One More Day For Children rescue centre at around and were welcomed with a song from the girls who live there. The residents – aged 14 – have suffered from abuse, mutilation or escape from forced marriage at an early age.

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