(a) Networking

The organization is networking with other local and international organizations. It has partner organizations i.e DETAF e.V. of Germany and Sunseed Tanzania Trust of U.K.  KADETFU is a member of TANGO, an umbrella organization for Tanzania NGOs, member of KANGONET (the Kagera Regional NGO network), a member of KAPAMU and BUNGOC, the networks for Muleba and Bukoba Districts´ NGOs respectively.  Other Network memberships include EACH (East African HIV/AIDS Network), ASP (T) Network, Tanzania Coalition for Sustainable Development) TCDD (Tanzania Coalition on Debt and Development) LAVNET (Lake Victoria NGO Advocacy Network, SUSWATCH CAN Tanzania, AGENDA, FARA, etc.

(b) Past and current Partners

The past partners include: Germany Government (BMZ) Football Association of Germany (FBD), Terre des Homes (Swiss) through Humuliza project, Muleba District Council, Eastern and Southern African Universities Research Programme (ESAURP), USAID through PACT Tanzania, eed, a Christian organization based in Born, Germany; CIDA through the Canadian Embassy in Dar es Salaam and The Irish Embassy in Tanzania. Others are: CORDAID, based in the Hague, The Netherlands, Africa 2000 Network-Tanzania chapter, Nile Basin Initiatives (NBI) Euro-Africa e.v. a NGO based in Germany, The Vice President´s Office-Division of Environment, OSIENALA (Friends of Lake Victoria) based in Kisumu, Kenya, SNV - a development organization of the Netherlands,United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN–HABITAT) is the United Nations agency for human settlements and DETAF e.V. (The Germany-Tanzania Friendship Society) based in Germany.

The current working partners are; UNDP, The Foundation for Civil Society based in Dar es salaam, Foundation for Civil Society of Tanzania, Fly and Help of Germany The US Embassy in Tanzania ,upendoe.V. of Germany, ECLAT of Arusha Tanzania, The Bukoba District Council and Tanzania Media Foundation of Tanzania

The organization also coordinates the Volunteer programmes for students who come from Germany for practical training in Tanzania and those from The Netherlands through ICA Volunteer Placement Programme.