UTSS has Special Consultative Status at the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) since 2013. Through this mechanism UTSS provides expert advice and analysis on human rights issues facing people with albinism. UTSS raises public awareness, and influences the work of the council.
The Canadian High Commission in Dar es Salaam joins in the cause to address discrimination and violence against people with albinism by engaging the local government and diplomatic community. The High Commission supports UTSS in its activities and through financial grants from time to time.
UNICEF has supported UTSS in the investigation of child abuse, violence and sub-standard conditions of 9 centres for internally displaced children with albinism in Tanzania.
Kilimanjaro Sunscreen Production Unit (KSPU) was launched with the support and start-up funding of Under the Same Sun (Canada). The specially formulated, Tanzanian-made sunscreen Kilisun is distributed to UTSS Education Program students, and others with albinism. Regular skincare screening clinics are also offered.
Reginald Mengi and IPP Media support UTSS media campaigns through their media houses.
Standing Voice offers Low Vision Clinics to students of the Education Program through low vision specialist Dr. Rebecca Kammer, OD, PhD, and provides glasses and low-vision devices. They also partner with UTSS on other health-related needs in support of people with albinism in Tanzania.
GMRF partners with UTSS to provide functional prosthetics and related medical care to children with albinism who have been victims of attack.