Successful Experience of BioTrade and Sustainable Development
The case study on the work of the Takiwasi Laboratory conducted by Patricia Cabanillas, Ricci Sandoval and Francisco Ruiz and entitled "Revaluation of Ancestral Amazonian Knowledge and Commercialization of Native Medicinal Plants of the San Martín Region" has obtained the first place in the postgraduate category of the VIII Contest of Successful Experiences of BioTrade and Sustainable Development of the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru, November 14, 2017.
Successful Experience in BioTrade
In 2014 Takiwasi Laboratory has been has been recognized by the GEF-PNUD (Global Environment Facility of the United Nations Development Program) as “Successful Experience in BioTrade” for being a fair and sustainable trade model.
Member of the Association of European Psychoanalysts
In 2014 Dr. Jacques Mabit, physician, president and founder of the Takiwasi Center, has been appointed Member of the Association of European Psychoanalysts.
Certificate of Appreciation
For the 20 years of work to keep alive the ancestral knowledge of healing with Medicinal Plants. Recognition to the Takiwasi Center from the Ministry of Culture, Regional Office of San Martín, December 2012.
Takiwasi has been awarded for the development of good practices in treatment and rehabilitation of drug abuse by the National Commission for Development and Life Without Drugs - DEVIDA - Perú 2010. The Center has been awarded by DEVIDA in the categories "Good practices in Prevention and Treatment of Drug Addiction" for its program of prevention of psychosocial risks and promotion of life skills in the High-School "Santa Rosa", and for "Good Practices in the Treatment and Rehabilitation of Drug Abuse", within the framework of the “I Call for Good Practices in the Area of Prevention and Treatment of Drug Consumption – 2010”.
Latin American Prize for Indigenous Spirituality - Doctor Esteban Emiliano Mosonyi
Takiwasi was awarded the "Latin American Prize for Indigenous Spirituality - Doctor Esteban Emiliano Mosonyi, CISEI 2010", during the Sixth International Forum on Spirituality of the Indigenous Peoples of the Americas entitled "Ancestral wisdom, healing and spirit of the air", April 8, 9 and 10, 2010. The prize was awarded in recognition for its good practices in the prevention and treatment of drug addiction.
Civic medal of the City of Tarapoto
The Takiwasi Center has been awarded the Civic Medal of the City of Tarapoto for its work of rehabilitation and research on alternative medicines and the service provided to society. Its founder, the French-Peruvian doctor Jacques Mabit, the medical doctor, researcher and co-founder, Rosa Giove, and the psychologist and executive director of the Center, Jaime Torres, received the award accompanied by a diploma of recognition on the 5th of September 2009, during the city council meeting.
Ayahuasca recognized Cultural Heritage of the Peruvian Nation
Declaration of Cultural Heritage of the Nation to the "Traditional knowledge and uses of Ayahuasca practiced by native Amazonian communities", July 2008. National Directorial Resolution No. 836 / INC. The application document submitted is part of the book "Ritual del Ayahuasca", Rosa Giove, 2016. Published by the Ministry of Culture of Peru, Regional Office of San Martín. Read the Resolution.
Diploma of Honor, Ministry of Health
In recognition to the commitment and outstanding work in favor of the mental health of the population. Lima, October 2008.
Honorary Member of the College of Psychologists of Peru
In 2005 Dr. Jacques Mabit has been appointed Honorary Member of the College of Psychologists of Peru in "Recognition of his achievements and scientific-professional contributions to Ibero-American Psychology".
Model Project for the XXI Century
Expo 2000 Hannover, Registered Project of the Worlds Exposition. Therapeutic Communities of America.
First Place – Multimedia
The First Annual International Markie Awards of the National Foundation for Alcoholism & Addiction Communication (NFAAC). EE-UU, 1995.
Ashoka Foundation Fellow
Dr. Jacques Mabit, medical doctor, president and founder of the Takiwasi Center, has been selected in 1995 as permanent Fellow of the Ashoka Foundation.