Sierra Leone 2017

The 2014-2015 Ebola epidemic severely impacted the Western African nations of Sierra Leone, Guinea, and Liberia. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that 14,000 people were infected in Sierra Leone, out of which more than 4,000 died and left families and children behind. CWB-USA is partnering with CWB-Sweden to bring resilience, spark moments of joy, […]

Balkan Route

Two clowns are traveling along the Balkan Route, performing for refugees who are stuck in no man’s land, waiting between borders for access to the European Union.

South Sudan 2017

Clowns Without Borders in South Sudan The ongoing civil war in South Sudan has left thousands of families without homes and hope. Many children have witnessed alarming levels of violence and experienced trauma that is very distressing and heartbreaking. The war has stripped them of their fundamental children’s rights – to laugh, to play, to dream, […]

Chiapas, Mexico 2017: CWB-USA’s 100th Project

We first performed in Chiapas in the Zapatista communities in 1996. With the support and commitment of our team leader Rudi Galindo, we’ve been returning to visit these beautiful communities every year since. Our latest trip to Chiapas continues this 20-year relationship.

All projects in 2017

Sierra Leone 2017

The 2014-2015 Ebola epidemic severely impacted the Western African nations of Sierra Leone, Guinea, and Liberia. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that 14,000 people were infected in Sierra Leone, out of which more than 4,000 died and left families and children behind. CWB-USA is partnering with CWB-Sweden to bring resilience, spark moments of joy, […]

Balkan Route

Two clowns are traveling along the Balkan Route, performing for refugees who are stuck in no man’s land, waiting between borders for access to the European Union.

South Sudan 2017

Clowns Without Borders in South Sudan The ongoing civil war in South Sudan has left thousands of families without homes and hope. Many children have witnessed alarming levels of violence and experienced trauma that is very distressing and heartbreaking. The war has stripped them of their fundamental children’s rights – to laugh, to play, to dream, […]

Chiapas, Mexico 2017: CWB-USA’s 100th Project

We first performed in Chiapas in the Zapatista communities in 1996. With the support and commitment of our team leader Rudi Galindo, we’ve been returning to visit these beautiful communities every year since. Our latest trip to Chiapas continues this 20-year relationship.