DIB Bank Kenya has entered into a partnership with NMC Fertility Kenya Limited, a move that is aimed at financing individuals seeking fertility services.
Speaking on Tuesday, during the signing of an MOU between the two companies, DIB Bank Chief Executive Officer Peter Makau said the partnership will enable couples seeking fertility services to easily access high quality IVF services.
“The new product that will be financed through Commodity Murabaha by DIB Bank Kenya is aimed at meeting the financing needs of families seeking to access IVF services,” said the CEO.
NMC Fertility Kenya Limited Vice President – Strategy and Business Mr. Atul Dureja said the financing option with DIB Bank Kenya will reduce financial constraints as well as improve the experience of fertility patients by making highly effective treatment affordable to more patients.
“This integration of medical and financial transparency will allow patients plan for a course of treatment that is personalized, without worrying about the need for financing. While the cost for treatment for fertility services such as in vitro fertilisation is usually high, the partnership with DIB Bank Kenya has improved access to the services.” said Dureja.
DIB Bank Kenya has been on the forefront of providing unmatched Islamic banking products and services to residents of Kenya since its formation in 2017.
The bank pays great importance to community support and development and a testament to this is the recent partnership with NMC Fertility Kenya Limited
The NMC Fertility Kenya Limited has its clinic, Fertility Point, located in Upperhill, Hospital Road, Fortis Suites on the Ground Floor.
The services offered by NMC fertility IVF Clinic include Reproduction and Embryology, which the partnership seeks to help salaried employees access by financing them from a minimum of KES 100,000 to a maximum of KES 1,000,000.