You can start the egg donation process by filling out the contact form. We will send you an application form should you qualify.


Once your application form for egg donation has been approved, the next step is to go for your medical screening.


Once all your testing and screening is complete, you will be officially accepted onto our egg donation programme.


After you have been accepted onto our egg donation programme, prospective recipients will be able to view your donor profile.

Who Are We?

Egg Donation South Africa (EDSA) was established in 2007, and was the first egg donor agency of its kind in South Africa. In 2017 we were happy to launch Donating Eggs South Africa (DESA), to specifically see to the needs of our egg donors. The organisation is run by an experienced group of professionals, each of whom is highly experienced in the field of IVF. The team has a practical approach to the services they provide, but at the core of the group is a strong belief that the technical side of the work must be balanced with humanity and the desire to serve people in the best possible way. Our team prides itself on the exceptional level of service that is offered, and aims to always give ample care to each recipient and donor.

At DESA, and our parent company EDSA we aim to provide a service that is efficient, as well as effective. We are focused on making egg donation a rewarding and fulfilling experience for our cherished egg donors.

Meet The Team


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Discover the significance of sperm donation in helping individuals and couples overcome fertility challenges. Learn about the requirements for becoming a sperm donor, the importance of donor anonymity, the preservation of donations through cryopreservation, and the rigorous quality assurance measures involved. Start your journey to make a difference and support those on the path to parenthood.



The month of March is Endometriosis Awareness Month, which is acknowledged globally. Those diagnosed with Endometriosis are often impacted by pain and discomfort on a monthly basis. Endometriosis may also negatively affect conception and the ability to fall pregnant....


I have never thought of myself as the ‘motherly’ type and so decided that I will one day not have children. On the other side of this was a very good friend of mine who had been trying to conceive for two years with no luck. I wanted to suggest surrogacy to her and in my research on it came across egg donation. Since I could not be a surrogate I decided to give donating a try with the hope that I would at least give a loving couple the joy of experiencing parenthood. I was however in for a surprise. What I thought would be a mechanical procedure of tests, scans and dreaded needles turned out to be the most fulfilling experience with wonderful support from everyone involved. I immediately felt comfortable with DESA and was treated to feel so special and appreciated. When I was told my first recipients were pregnant I felt over the moon and it made every needle prick worth it! Thank you to everyone who was involved in the process. Keep up the wonderful work of your agency.


Ask Our Egg Donation Coordinator, Kinny Ramoeng


PHONE: +27 (0) 83 761 6961