THINK WISE World AIDS Day Mini Cricket Tournament

LAIKIPIA, KENYA – NOVEMBER 25: Members of the Maasai Cricket Warriors team in Kenya helped support the ICC’s Think Wise awareness campaign on November 25, 2011 in Laikipia, Kenya,, ahead of World Aids Day, which is celebrated across the globe on 1 December, by delivering HIV prevention messages to children in Kenya. The Maasai Cricket Warriors have been trained to become Level One cricket coaches. As well as providing technical support to players, they also deliver important social messages such as HIV prevention. They are one of the most unique cricket teams in the world. They helped support the ICC’s Think Wise HIV partnership by delivering prevention messages ahead of World Aids Day. The Think Wise campaign, a partnership between the ICC, UNAIDS and UNICEF, helps deliver HIV prevention messages through cricket,

as seen at a cricket tournament in Laikipia, Kenya ahead of World Aids Day. Children take part in a cricket tournament in Laikipia, Kenya ahead of World Aids Day, which is celebrated on 1 December, that aims to promote HIV prevention messages as part of the Think Wise campaign, a joint partnership between the ICC, UNAIDS and UNICEF. (Photo by Getty Images for the ICC) 30/11/2011

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