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2007.09.11

* UNICEF: New Zealand cricketers visit ‘Little Champs’ in Johannesburg township
* 04 Sep 2007


Big champs meet little champs in one of Johannesburg’s poorest townships, Alexandra.

A lesson in fielding from some of the world’s best.

In the run up to the inaugural World Twenty20, stars from the New Zealand cricket team took time out from their own training schedule to coach children from the little champs sports academy -- which teaches these little ones not only about cricket but also about HIV and Aids.

SOUNDBITE (English)Gareth Hopkins, New Zealand Cricket Player “Its quite rewarding, I’ve never been to a township before, so coming out here and seeing the children and seeing how lively and bubbly they are, its great, they’re a great bunch of kids and they’re just like kids from anywhere else in the world, “said the cricketer

And like kids anywhere else in the world, they love TV stars. Kami and Neno from Talkalani Sesame got the kids and players grooving in the fight against HIV. The visit was part of UNICEF’s partnership with the International Cricket Council (ICC) to promote the global campaign Unite for children, Unite against AIDS. IN South Africa 5.4 million people live with the HIV – one of the highest in the world. Many children themselves have the disease. It’s everywhere around them.

SOUNDBITE (English) Refiloe Phukujoa, Little Champs Coach “Most of their parents are unemployed or earning a government grant, so they cannot afford to take them to the special classes, so little champs is helping everybody and they don’t have to pay and little champs is combining all the basics of sports, so it’s easy for everybody.”

As the World Twenty20 approaches, the campaign will use its circle of partnerships and the high profile of international cricket stars to highlight the plight of children living with and affected by HIV and AIDS.

This is Guy Hubbard reporting for Unicef Television, Unite for Children


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