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About the School

Sali International School of Fertility Medicine (SISFM) is one of Africa’s newly established Institution of higher learning to address the apparent gap in leadership personnel, research, training, and capacity building in the fields of assisted reproduction technologies, gynaecological endoscopic surgery, andrology and clinical embryology. The School’s training programmes are designed to offer opportunities for physicians, nurses, embryologists, pharmacists, veterinarians, biomedical scientists

and other healthcare providers to maintain or improve their knowledge, skills, competency and professionalism.
The programmes are implemented using a variety of learning strategies including online, face-to-face, hands-on training or in a hybrid format, to deliver its training programs and make learning flexible, effective, and convenient. Depending on organizational needs, training programmes can be customised for organisations.

Focus & Nature of the School

The School’s primary focus is on the development of continuous professional development, graduate-degree and certificate programmes in gynaecological endoscopic surgery, clinical embryology, assisted reproduction, infertility, and fertility preservation. These programmes are not currently offered by institutions of higher education in the country and region.

Our academic programme curricula reflects on core set of courses directed at developing skills in leadership, ethics and professionalism, transdisciplinary practice, applied and translational research, professional development and in-service training, innovation, as well as information dissemination (publication and communication to the larger community) in fertility medicine and gynaecology endoscopy.

These fundamental core activities are embedded in the School curricula and research activities; and  are central to addressing critical needs for professionals with skills, and competencies in fields of assisted reproductive technology practice in the nation, region and beyond.

The true expertise of the graduates of the school will be their ability to demonstrate leadership in the application of evidence-based practices in diverse settings, addressing the key issues of fertility and gynaecological disorders in the population and preservation of fertility as well as the health of the affected individuals.

Our Vision

To become an international educational institution with a reputation for excellence in fertility medicine and endoscopy surgery.


To educate and equip the next generation of specialists with essential knowledge and skills in fertility technologies and preservation through leadership, innovation and excellence in clinical care, research, education and multi-disciplinary services.

Core Values

Knowledge: To discover, interpret and disseminate new knowledge that promotes and restores health.

Integrity: To carry out our responsibilities to patients, students and colleagues that embraces the very highest standards of professionalism, ethical behaviour and exemplary moral standards.

Excellence and Innovation: To excel through innovative conduct and advancement of education, research and patient care.

Partnerships and collaborations: To partner in education, research and health care for the greater good of the communities, recognizing that our combined efforts exceed what we can accomplish individually.

Accountability: honouring commitments to students, educational partners, workforce partners, and the communities we serve. We intentionally foster respect, civic responsibility, and humanitarianism as both individuals and an institution.

Educational Objectives

SISFM has the following main educational objectives:

  • To provide multidisciplinary graduate-level education and training programmes to meet the ever-changing demands in clinical and research in the fields of fertility medicine and gynecological endoscopic surgery;
  • To conduct and participate actively in cutting-edge research into the causes of gynecologic pathologies and infertility, develop new fertility biomarkers and treatment modalities;
  • To train individuals who can generate new knowledge for the solution of gynecologic and fertility problems and who are able to transfer this new basic and technological knowledge to specialized professional centers and able communicate their findings;
  • To create a strong network for communication, collaborative work, interaction and exchange of experience and expertise among different specialists working in the field of fertility medicine;
  • To provide faculty, staff, and students with the environment and infrastructure that will help them develop potential for scholarship, creative work, professional realisation, and service in the field of fertility medicine and gynaecological endoscopic surgery; and
  • To improve the care of patients with disorders of reproductive function in collaboration with other care providers.