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2007.03.21
* UNICEF: Cricket players raise AIDS awareness during ICC Cricket World Cup * March 19, 20 Cricket fever has taken hold of the West Indies. Fans from around the globe have descended upon the Caribbean island of St. Lucia, to watch their favourite teams compete in The ICC Cricket World Cup. Several players are taking time out from the action to support the "Unite for Children, Unite against AIDS" campaign, as part of a collaboration between the International Cricket Council, UNICEF, UNAIDS, and the Caribbean Broadcast Media Partnership on HIV/AIDS. England cricketer Ian Bell visited a group of students in Odsam attending an alternative school called the CARE Odsam Centre. He toured the classrooms and held a lively question-and-answer session. He also stressed the importance of leading a positive lifestyle as they chase their dreams. With an estimated 15,000 children under 14 in the Caribbean living with HIV, Bell's message was right on target. SOUNDBITE (English): Ian Bell, England cricket player: "Obviously I feel very lucky and privileged of the fact that I've been able to achieve what I want to, and it's nice to be able to give back to kids, and hopefully give them an opportunity or some insight into how I've been able to do it, and how other people have, so they can go off and try to achieve exactly what they want to in life." Bell ended his visit by coaching the young players on the finer points of the game. Two other players from England, Ravi Bopara and Sajid Mahmood, made a similar visit to a UNICEF-supported school in Castries. By recognizing the dangers posed to children by HIV/AIDS, the World Cup of Cricket might prove that it not only brings out the best in sport, it brings out the best in humanity. This is Thomas Nybo reporting for UNICEF Television in Odsam, St. Lucia. Unite for children.
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