The IVF-Spain foundation is a non-profit institution created in 2012 and focuses all its effort on two main aspects: supporting families through the “Amadrina” sponsoring program and investing in research, training and teaching.
Social action and “Amadrina” sponsoring program
The foundation’s main task is to support people that suffer from fertility problems and have a low income. Donations made through the “Amadrina” program go entirely to financing fertility treatments for patients with limited financial resources.
Thus, granting many women the possibility to be treated by renowned professionals and with the most advanced techniques to achieve their dream of forming a family. To sum it up, the IVF-Spain foundation contributes to the happiness of many families.
Research, training and teaching
Assisted reproduction is a medical subspecialty in constant evolution; furthermore, it forces its professionals being up-to-date in terms of reproductive medicine. To do so, IVF-Spain commits all its efforts to research projects sponsored by the Human Fertility Chair of the University of Alicante, where different projects regarding the improvement of assisted reproductive techniques are being carried out.
In addition to its research work, IVF-Spain has the ethical responsibility of disseminating achievements among the scientific and student community. The Foundation has already organized two International Congresses on genetic diagnosis and reproductive technologies, but also takes part in several information days for professionals, students and for scientific dissemination.