ABOUT US

WHO ARE WE?

Who are we?

Collectif Urgence Toxida (CUT) is a Mauritian network of NGOs created in 2005 and working in the field of Harm Reduction in relation to drug use.
CUT works mainly in the implementation of community projects and in the in the area of advocacy.

Our Mission

The mission of CUT is to advocate and offer evidence-based Harm-Reduction services to People Who Use Drugs, in order to promote the economic, health, and social well-being of the Nation.

Legal

The Rules of CUT are governed by the Registrar of Association, under the guidance of the Ministry of Labour. Our Registration Certificate Number is the 10073. Our CSR Registration Number is N/1037.

HISTORY / ACHIEVEMENTS OF THE ORGANISATION

Achievements in 2015

CUT joined Ravanne Indian Ocean as a member, and its Advocacy Officer became Vice President of Mauritius to the proceeding CUT also joined the platform 'Stop the Harm'

Achievements in 2014

Achievements in 2014

CUT takes part in the 20th International AIDS Conference in Melbourne, Australia, making a presentation on the Harmonisation of Public Health and Public Safety in a Politically Conservative Environment.

Achievements in 2013

Achievements in 2013

CUT is selected to Chair the Harm Reduction Committee, under the National Aids Secretariat (NAS), which works under the aegis of the Prime Minister’s Office.

Achievements in 2012

Achievements in 2012

CUT launches its Community Container project (after a pilot phase). The Project consists of a team of six people, including a Health Care Assistant. The project aims to provide support, counselling and referral services to people who use drugs plus a basic medical service (dressings and other primary care) and HIV screening.

Achievements in 2011

Achievements in 2011

CUT participates in the 16th ICASA Conference (International Conference on Aids and STIs in Africa) in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, making a presentation on the Community-based Harm Reduction programmes in Mauritius.

The OUTREACH WORKERS

There are approximately fifty Outreach Workers workers involved in our field projects.

Outreach Workers are usually from the neighbourhood areas where our Field Projects are implemented,
with the exception of our mobile caravan project.

COMMUNITY NEEDLE EXCHANGE PROGRAMME SITES

  • EDOUARD Aurella
  • COLLET James
  • CLAIR Marie Indra (Darlene)
  • REYNOIRD Fabrice
  • CASIMIR Curtis
  • SOUPRAYA Edwige
  • ALBERTHE Sandra
  • MODLIAR Lionel
  • MODLIAR Christine
  • SOOPRAMANIEN Clency Benjamin
  • MEUNIER Veronique
  • MOUTOU Willma
  • MOUTOU Winda
  • FARON Famiella
  • THEODORE Jacques Bruno
  • ZOEL Jean Marie Joseph
  • ABDOOL WAHED Noor-E-Deen
  • RAMSAMY Roxanne
  • PITCHEN Brian
  • CITE Gloria
  • ADINADEN Roseline
  • KISNORBO Laura
  • FIDELE Christie
  • AVICE Rachel
  • CELESTE Roselda
  • POISSON Dominique
  • POISSON Mario
  • ANTONYMOOTOO Micheal
  • HEVIAMOOVINA Valery
  • SUNNASY Jessica
  • SUNNASY Loganaden
  • CHRISTIAN M.Noelle
  • ARMOOGUM Sandrin
  • FRANCOIS Marie Michelle
  • JEROME Nathalie
  • ROSA Steward
  • ROSA Alberto
  • SOOPAUL Fabio
  • RABOT Melanie

MEDICAL CARAVANE

  • GRETRY Giovanni
  • JELLIN Anielle
  • RAMSAMY Michael
  • ALEXIS J.Michel
  • BURCTOOLLA Anas
  • BAVEUSE David
  • UNUTH Ronald
  • AVICE Rachel
  • MOUTOU Willma
  • ABDOOL WAHED Noor E Deen

COMMUNITY- BASED CONTAINER

  • FELICITE Jean Akin
  • RABOUDE Helene Sylvette
  • CASIMIR Fleurette
  • JACQUES Renold
  • BEGUE Antonella
  • MADRE Jean
  • MADRE Marjorie

Our Partners

THE ANNUAL REPORTS OF CUT

Each year, during the General Assembly, CUT presents its Annual Report on all activities done during the previous year. (Reports are available in French only) :

VACANCIES

No vacancy at the moment