Women suffering from infertility can benefit from fertility drugs to promote ovulation, insemination of sperms into uterus, surgery to correct blocked fallopian tubes problems and In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) sometimes referred to as test tube babies.
In the last six years, Fertility Kenya has worked closely with various caring partners to offer quality and affordable fertility treatment. In line with United Nations Fund for Population Activities (UNFPA), a United Nations Agency aimed at improving reproductive and maternal health worldwide. UNFPA work includes developing national healthcare strategies and protocols, increasing access to birth control, and leading campaigns against child marriage, gender-based violence, obstetric fistula, and female genital mutilation. Fertility Kenya works to ensure sexual and reproductive health, including family planning, comprehensive sexuality education and maternal health services are promoted. Fertility Kenya has been working with a number of caring Partners in the quest to help families who are struggling to conceive, are either on a fertility journey or on a journey to parenthood, and these are: