ECCDI cooperates closely both with NGOs and INGOs.
A member of the Myanmar Environmental Rehabilitation-conservation Network (MERN), ECCDI has been working actively with the network’s other 20 members to rehabilitate mangroves and non-mangroves, and uplift the technical and environmental awareness and livelihood of the Nargis Victims of the Ayeyarwady delta and Rakhine region.
ECCDI’s International partners and donors include the following organizations-
(a)    Pyoe Pin Programme of DIFID
(b)    Amatae Programme of the British Council
(c)    International Institute for Environment and Development of UK (IIED)
(d)    Forest & Farm Facility of FAO (FFF)
(e)    United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
(f)    Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute of USA (SI)
(g)    International Water Management Institute (IWMI)
(h)    International Centre for Environmental Management (ICEM)
(i)    Water, Land and Ecosystems (WLE) of Australia
(j)    Embassy of France
(k)    Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany
(l)    Embassy of Australia
(m)    Snowy Mountains Engineering Co. Ltd., Australia (SMEC)
(n)    School of International Development of the University of East Anglia, UK
(o)    University of Adelaide, Australia
(p)    Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR)
(q)    World Agroforestry Centre
(r)    The Centre for People and Forests (RECOFTC)
(s)    International Union for Conservation of nature (IUCN)
(t)    World Wildlife Fund (WWF)
(u)    World Vision
(v)    Blue Moon