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A STANDING OVATION FOR MAJOR PAWAN

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Major Pawan Ghimire successfully ensured the participation of Nepal to the Blind Cricket World Cup recently held in India where the national team managed to beat two important countries like South Africa and New Zealand. All this was possible thanks to a strong ability by Pawan to partner with key institutions, including private sector companies.

ICC launches Cricket for Good & Team Swachh campaign in partnership with UNICEF and BCCI

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How cricket can help improve sanitation in India...

Why sports and development go hand in hand ( From World Bank Blog)

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Makhtar Diop, World Bank Africa Region Vice President Makhtar Diop draws on his own experience to call for a commitment to invest in school sport across Africa.

Celebrating Sport for Development and Peace

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Sport is a big thing but few things of sport as a platform to build peace, development and harmony. Yet an increasing number of organizations, including ENGAGE, are using sport to achieve tangible, durable social impact. A revised version of this article was published on the Kathmandu Post on 5th april, 2015