Inclusive Cricket Training Center

Illustration Design of Inclusive Sports Academy

Cricket is getting popular amongst the blind and disabled in Nepal. However, due to a lack of accessible playing infrastructure, they are forced to divert themselves from cricket to other activities. On the other hand, Nepal’s available cricket infrastructures are inaccessible, costly, and remain occupied by the general players. This means that chances for us to get these mainstream playfields is almost low and players have to make a hasty journey to reach these ground to carry out their regular practice, which is not always possible for the players with specific needs.   Thus, CAB Nepal plans to build its cricket training center with residential facilities that will be safe, accessible, and catering free and homely for players to carry out their daily practice. The proposed training center can accommodate 200-250 trainees in a year and save a considerable amount that we are spending on ground hire, hotel, and accommodation.

If you are passionate about cricket, want to see disabled cricketers performing well in international competitions, please support us to make our dream project come true. Your contribution to this project will not only help players to practice regularly but also be respecting their human diversity and dignity.

Proposed Design of the Inclusive Cricket Centre

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