Dimbayaa is currently recruiting women’s health care volunteers to bridge this ‘infertility divide’ by delivering infertility awareness and prevention initiatives that will address the medical, financial, social and emotional problems of African women tortured by the silent agony of childlessness.

In West Africa one in three couples are infertile, yet infertility remains a low-priority issue for women’s health care organisations working in the region.


Sponsor Help us to further develop and expand our infertility treatment program. Sponsor IUI or IVF treatments for childless women in the Gambia or sponsor our women’s health infertility awareness and prevention outreach programs in local villages.

Volunteer Share your time, experience or expertise with us. Fertility professionals, doctors, nurses, laboratory technicians, social workers, counselors and anybody experienced with working in the sector of infertility or women’s health is very welcome at Dimbayaa. Follow the link for more info on our volunteer jwomen’s health jobs and voluntary work in Africa

Donate Help us fundraising, donate money or supplies. We are in need of women’s health educational materials, laboratory equipment, microscopes, incubators, fertility drugs, ovulation tests and medical supplies and equipment such as an ultrasound and x ray machine.

Promote Partner with us online. Help us spread the word about our women’s health campaign to address the overlooked problem of infertility in Africa. Mention us on different social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin.

Women’s Health Care Volunteers In Africa