Main partners in breast cancer awareness and screening program. This private television station took a lead role in assisting MEWATA with raising funds to conduct the ongoing breast cancer campaigns. With the help of ITV/Radio One MEWATA managed to fundraise to the tune of over 230,000,000/- Tshs, from 2005. In addition ITV/Radio One is involved with airing educational health programs in radio and TV for MEWATA. MEWATA acknowledges the great contribution from ITV/Radio One and is looking forward for continued cooperation to improve the health of women, youths and children.
The Wanawake na Maendeleo Foundation (WAMA) is led by Her Excellency the First Lady of Tanzania, Mrs Salma Kikwete, who is the Patron of the Medical Women Association of Tanzania. WAMA has program on prevention of HIV/AIDS transmission among youths and adolescents with the message in Swahili “Mtoto wa Mwenzako ni Wako, Mkinge na Ukimwi”, that is let us protect children and adolescents from HIV/AIDS, as your child is mine as well. Her Excellency Mrs Kikwete has facilitated acquisition of a generous grant from Japan for construction of the MEWATA Well Women Clinic in Mbweni, Dar es Salaam. The clinic will be a breakthrough in MEWATA activities and it will ease the difficulty the women face in accessing health care.
MEWATA collaborated with Lions Club Dar es Salaam Central to organize Breast Cancer Walk for the purpose of raising funds for buying a mammography machine in Temeke District. Together we managed to raise sufficient funds to buy the mammography machine which was installed in Temeke Municipal Hospital, Dar es Salaam on 27th October 2007.
MEWATA collaborates with the Tanzania Gender Networking Programme (TGNP) in matters of training on gender issues and health, such as gender and HIV/AIDS and leadership challenges among women.
Tanzania Women Layers (TAWLA) and Tanzania Media Women (TAMWA) collaborate with MEWATA in the area of Gender Based Violence (GBV) through seminars and workshops on how to prevent it, to handle it and live positively after suffering with GBV.
The Medical Association of Tanzania (MAT) is a sister organization to MEWATA. Together we collaborate to ensure good professional conduct among members.
MEWATA has partnered with Association of Gynaecologists in Tanzania (AGOTA) to conduct a research on knowledge, attitude and practice of health professionals in selected Dar es salaam health facilities on breast and cervical cancer.
The Tanzania Breast Cancer Support Group, is a non-governmental organisation of the women who are suffering from breast cancer and they are a close ally of MEWATA.