The Codification of Artificial Reproduction.
MAWONDO, MWANGOLA WENDY ANABEL
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Procreation in Africa is held with high esteem. Infertility therefore results to a great deal of humiliation, ridicule and in a worst-case scenario, physical and or emotional abuse. Surrogacy resultantly, is not a new phenomenon within the African customs. Traditional surrogacy was previously practice by women and men who wanted to salvage their name and that of their home. However, with the advancement in technology came about gestational surrogacy. Kenya is no exception. This study seeks to investigate the practice of surrogacy as it stands in Kenya. It as well intends to carry out a study on the South African practice of surrogacy; being a country where surrogacy seems to have a working regulatory framework; and attempt to compare and give a recommendation of a regulatory framework to govern this practice in Kenya.