To coordinate all activities related to the organisation to ensure the sustainable day-to-day functioning of the organisation, and to maintain a good networking among various local, regional and international stakeholders to promote the organisation's mission.
Collectif Urgence Toxida (CUT), a non-profit NGO working in Harm Reduction for People Who Use Drugs (PWUDs) is looking for a Part Time administrative & finance of the organisation.
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'
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.
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.
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.
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.
CUT receives a grant from the Global fund to Fight Aids, Tuberculosis and Malaria (GFTAM).
CUT inaugurates its headquarters. CUT organizes the First Conference on Opiate Use and Harm Reduction: “Let’s Face it!” to analyze the different services offered in the country in terms of Harm Reduction, and come up with recommendations. An advocacy document, as well as a Conference Report is printed and distributed.
CUT receives a grant from the Decentralised Cooperation Program of the European Union to set up an Administrative Office and step up our field projects.