CABNAB is an education programme alerting young people to the dangers of knife crime. The education element is fitted into the basketball sessions, many times through question and answer sessions. It has the full backing of the Metropolitan Police and reaches over 3,000 children and young people in Newham each year.
Watch our moving video above and discover the tragic circumstances which inspired NASSA’s award-winning Carry A Basketball Not A Blade (CABNAB) initiative. Through CABNAB, more than 3,000 young people in east London are educated on the dangers of knife crime and gang culture each week.
We want to reach out to even more young people.
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It is not just about stopping people carrying knives, it’s about saving lives. Read more http://nassasports.org.uk/what-is-cabnab/