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New Life Ukraine

New Life Ukraine maintains a database of donors and potential surrogate mothers, all satisfying the requirements of physical and mental health, with at least one healthy child born. Programs are legally available for married couples only.

Languages Spoken: English, Russian, Ukrainian, French, Spanish, Italian
Ukraine, UL Pochayninskaya 70,Office 70,Kiev.Tel:(38)044 425 5720 Mob:(38)099 420 6873



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New Life Ukraine is a well known Surrogacy and Egg Donation Center located in Kiev, Ukraine.
We provide services to infertile couples to assist them in starting and/or expanding their families. Our center will help you find most exceptional and diverse candidates. We offer a discreet environment in a one-on-one manner and genuinely take the time to get to know each of our prospective parents and surrogate mothers.
Parenthood is a life changing and eternally rewarding experience. We suggest you to explore wide range of options to fulfill your dreams of parenthood. With the most well-equipped, state of the art infertility treatment available and highly experienced experts in the field; we have been able to assist couples from all over the world.

New Life Ukraine is an internationally recognized Surrogacy and Egg Donation Center. We work closely with each of our clients, future parents and egg donors alike, to make the process as seamless as possible. We operate with only the highest degree of sensitivity and confidentiality. Physicians all over the country refer their patients to us because they trust our services. We look forward to having the opportunity to assist you.

Due to Ukraine's legislation, we are only able to assist married hetrosexual couples.

A lot of couples and singles who are diagnosed infertile are still unable to get pregnant after such therapies as ovulation induction, intrauterine insemination, or reproductive surgery. In this case it is time to address assisted reproductive technologies (ART) among which are in vitro fertilization (IVF), egg donation, surrogacy and other laboratory practices aimed at resolving the situtiation and achieve best possible results.
Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis

Preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) allows identifying genetic defects in embryos that were created through in vitro fertilization (IVF) before they are transferred. Only unaffected, healthy embyos should be transferred to the uterus for implantation, so PGD is an alternative to current post-conception diagnostic procedures, i.e., amniocentesis or chorionic villus sampling, which may cause pregnancy termination if results obtained are adverse.
Both fertile and infertile couples may address PGD, it is performed along with IVF and is recommended when there is a suspicion that embryos might be affected by a particular hereditary genetic condition. PGD allows only normally developing embryos to be transferred into the uterus, which significantly reduces the risk of undesired outcome such as miscarriage, pregnancy termination after positive prenatal diagnosis or birth effects both physical and mental.
In sex selection cases, embryos resulting from IVF procedures are genetically tested for X or Y Chromosomes. The embryos of the desired sex are then implanted.

Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection

Achieving fertilization can be also helped with ICSI being equal to traditional IVF when a couple has low sperm count or poor quality sperm. ICSI is also a solution for those couples who did not manage to get pregnant with previously carried IVF attempts or have egg abnormalities or low egg number.
Once the follicular fluid is removed from the follicle, the eggs are placed into an incubator. The eggs are to be fertilized with sperm later the same day. The male partner provides a sperm sample from which the healthiest sperm will be extracted. If no sperm can be available through a natural way, a sperm retrieval procedure may be recommended such as testicular biopsy, microdissection, testicular sperm extraction (TESA) or percutaneous sperm aspirations (PESA) which is performed around the time of egg retrieval.

The ICSI technique is used to fertilize mature eggs directly. Under the microscope, an embryologist picks up the best single spermium and injects it directly into the cytoplasm of the egg using a small glass needle. The ultimate medical recommendations are to grow embryos for five or six days until they reach blastocyst stage.

Additional Advanced Technologies

Egg Donation

In many situations, especially when a female patient is in her late 30's and early 40's, infertility may result from a decrease in ovarian function and a consequent fall in egg quality. In the event of a severe compromise in ovarian function, successful pregnancy is very unlikely. A treatment that often offers an excellent chance of success is to use eggs from a donor who is capable of producing good quality eggs. This is a complex treatment option from medical and psychological points of view, but one that provides a very good chance for pregnancy. 


Surrogacy is a method of reproduction whereby a woman agrees to become pregnant and deliver a child for a contracted party. As a gestational carrier, she will carry the pregnancy to delivery after having been implanted with embryos.

Assisted Hatching

(AH) is a procedure performed prior to transfer in selected cases. An embryo needs to escape or "hatch" from it's protein shell, called the Zona Pellucida, before it can implant in the uterus. In AH, a chemical or a laser can be used to dissolve part of the zone, to facilitate the hatching process later. This technique is often used with prior failed IVF cycles, female age over 38, and with abnormally thick zone.

Percutaneous Epidydimal Sperm Aspiration and Testicular Sperm Extraction (PESA and TESE)

Some men have no sperm in the ejaculate but still produce them in the testicles. This may occur due to a vasectomy, to a congenital obstruction of the sperm ducts leaving the testicles, or to inadequate development of the sperm such that they cannot leave the testicles. In these situations, a urologist can remove sperm by placing a needle into the testis or the tubes that drain it. These procedures are done under anesthesia and can be very effective when combined with ICSI.


Embryos that are not transferred but continue to thrive in the laboratory can be cryopreserved (frozen). We'd recommend freezing for any high quality embryos that survive to the blastocyst stage. These embryos are stored in liquid nitrogen and can be thawed at a later date. While the pregnancy rates with frozen embryos are not as high, the procedures involved in preparing for a frozen embryo transfer are much simpler and less expensive. Freezing only embryos that survive to the blastocyst stage maximizes the chance for success in a thaw cycle.

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Mariam Kukunashvili-Founder

The founder of our center, Mrs Mariam Kukunashvili is a member of the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology, Doctor, PHT in Healthcare Management and policy with many years of experience in fertility treatment and in further fields of Healthcare.

Mariam understands well the heartache and disappointment Intended Parents experience in their infertility journey. After 11 unsuccessful IVF attempts, suffering endometriosis and 4 surgeries, then one successful but ectopic pregnancy, she turned to surrogacy. With the help of 2 wonderful surrogates, they now have a daughter and twin boys, born in 2011.

Svetlana PiroJenko- Deputy Director

Svetlana is your primary contact when you start making your first steps towards your surrogacy or egg donation program in Ukraine.
She is most aware of all details of surrogacy and egg donation programs that are carried in Ukraine, so you can easily address her with all your questions and be sure you will full answers to all your questions. Svetlana takes and manages every program as her personal case, you will be touched by her caring and tactful guidance of your program, as well as timely and informative feedback.






Founded  1500 years ago,  Kiev is the bustling capital of newly independent Ukraine. This city, with a population of 2.8 million people is distinguished for its rich architecture and cultural life. 

It is situated on the Dnepr River and boasts architectural monuments that are recognized world treasures. Kiev is the largest cultural, scientific and industrial center of the Ukraine, the place of religious pilgrimage and a very attractive tourist destination. It's beautiful landscapes, parks and gardens charm and captivate. Hospitable Ukrainians will be delighted to introduce Slavic culture to their foreign guests.

Russian is widely spoken in Kiev, particularly in business, including shops and restaurants. The common English name for the city, "Kiev," is a transliteration from the Russian language.

The Boryspil International Airport (KBP)  is about 40 minutes from the city center. The city's second airport Zhulyany (IEV), used mostly for domestic flights, is located 20 minutes from city center.

Ukraine has two major international airlines - Ukraine International Airlines  and Aerosvit . These airlines have daily flights to major European cities. Aeroflot, Austrian Airlines, British Airways, Czech Airlines, Delta, Finnair, KLM, Lufthansa, Malev, Turkish Airlines and other airlines have scheduled flights to Borispol airport. Semi-Budget airlines flying to Kiev include Air Baltic and Estonian Air. Budget airline Wizz Air have flights to several European cities. There are occasional budget charters from Italy, and in summer, Ukrainian Mediterranean Airlines runs charters to destinations including Italy and Turkey. Aerosvit and Delta are the only airlines with non-stop service to North America.

Some of the many attractions:
  • Hreschatik Street - The main street of the city centre. It is closed to traffic on weekends and full of entertainers and people wandering around. A big happy crowd and very conducive to people watching.
  • Pecherska Lavra - The famous cave monastery was founded in the 11th century by St Antoniy. The caves were dug out by priests who lived there as hermits. Nowadays, the caves are venerated by the faithful and tourists who visit the mummified monks, and pilgrims are still allowed access to the underground church there.
  • St. Sophia's Cathedral - The oldest remaining church in Kiev. Parts of Sofivskiy date from the 11th century, including it's mosaics and frescoes.
  • The Saint Andrew's Church - overlooks the historic Podil neighborhood, situated on a steep hill, it is currently one of four architectural landmarks of the Ukraine, which were put down on the List of Mankind Treasures of Five Continents by the world society.   
  • Golden Gate of Kiev, which dates back to 1037.
Currency: Today all major cities of the Ukraine have a huge network of cash dispensers, or ATMs. In the Ukraine, an ATM will dispense money in local currency: Hryvnias. Currency exchanges are readily available at the airport and around the city.

Weather: The average summer temperature is 24°C, and in winter is -19°C.

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