As such, there is no legal Surrogacy Law in Kenya, however, to run the process smooth and hassle free the hospitals and the clinics offering the surrogacy treatment ask both the parties to sign a mutual contract before they enter into the surrogacy procedure. The contract of Surrogacy Law in Kenya says that surrogate mother will carry the pregnancy in her womb until the baby birth and will hand-over the baby to his /her intended parents after the baby birth.
The contract of Surrogacy Law in Kenya for intended parents states that they will bear all the expenses of the surrogate mother which includes food, accommodation, clothes, legal charges etc. and pay the compensation to the surrogate mother for her services. The surrogate mothers will receive the amount in the monthly installments and the left out balance will be paid once the heartbeat of an infant is confirmed.