TBA has signed a Memorandum of Agreement with one of Uganda's oldest non-governmental organisations, Nature Uganda, part of the East Africa Natural History, as well as Makerere University - one of the most established universities in East Africa. The TBA works closely with Makerere University's Institute of Environment and Natural Resources, Faculty of Forestry and Nature Conservation, and the Zoology Department, and and the Makerere University Biological Field Station which hosts the TBA courses in Uganda. TBA has also got strong links with Uganda Wildlife Authority.
TBA's has signed Memoranda of Agreement with the Forestry and Beekeeping Division of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism in Tanzania, Sokoine University of Agriculture in Morongoro, Amani Nature Reserve, and the Tanzania Forestry Research Institute. TBA also have long standing links and relationships with the Wildlife Conservation Society of Tanzania and the Tanga Catchment Forestry (formerly East Usambara Catchment Management Project or EUCAMP now a government Department) who hosts the TBA courses at the Amani Nature Reserve and the two organisations have worked closely together since 1998 to build the capacity of the Amani nature reserve and to develop the TBA's courses in the East Usambara mountains.
TBA has a memorandum of agreement with the University of Antananarivo as well as close links with the Centre National de Formation, d'Etudes et de Recherche en Environnement et Foresterie and the Peregrine Fund Project.