Dimbayaa Fertility Clinic


Dimbayaa fertility project is deeply committed to provide all the primary and ancillary services related to infertility counseling, diagnosis and treatment to the people of The Gambia in West Africa.



We strongly believe education and prevention should also be part of our program. Demystifying the causes and creating awareness on fertility on the one hand, and primary prevention; sexual education of young people on how to avoid STD’s, as well as secondary prevention; early and appropriate diagnosis and treatment of STD’s, on the other hand.

At Africmed Medical Services in Brusubi, the Gambia we have developed a program for infertility care, providing counseling, standardized diagnosis and treatment; currently being ovulation induction and IUI (intra uterine insemination).

In the near future we hope to expand these services to cryopreservation (freezing) of semen and low cost IVF.


Infertility in AfricaInfertility Counseling and Support

Because of the wide range of psychological and social implications, counseling, education and guidance is an important part of the process of infertility investigation and treatment.

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Infertility testing & Diagnosis

Infertility Testing and Diagnosis

Since at least 25% of infertile couples have more than one factor causing infertility, it is important to evaluate all factors that may affect both partners.

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Infertility Testing and Diagnosis

Treatment of Infertility

Assisted reproductive techniques (ARTs) involve manipulation of sperm and ova or embryos in vitro with the goal of producing a pregnancy. Examples of ART are intrauterine insemination (IUI), in vitro fertilization (IVF).

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Womens Rights in AfricaInfertility Awareness and Prevention

In Africa, the topic of infertility often very much taboo. Traditionally, infertility is not seen as a medical problem but to be caused by a curse or interference of spirits. Seeking help often means a lonely path for women struggling with infertility.

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