Noble IVF holding

Leading Group of Fertility Services

Driven by a powerful vision

Noble IVF Holding (NIH) is driven by a powerful vision - to become the leading group of IVF service providers in the UAE and the wider MENA region. We are focused on building, expanding, and nurturing world-class IVF facilities to address the increasing demand for top-tier reproductive medicine in the region.

The MENA region’s infertility rate is 15% or higher, compared to 10% worldwide. In fact, it has witnessed a significant drop in fertility rates over the years, plummeting from an average of seven children per woman in 1960 to merely three in 2017. Moreover, male infertility has proven to be a concerning issue affecting approximately 50% of the cases.

Delivering premium fertility services

By investing in premium IVF facilities, we aim to establish ourselves as a trusted and reliable provider of fertility services providing the best clinical outcomes, personalized care, and the highest standards of treatment to families seeking fertility solutions.

With our seasoned founding team at the helm, NIH brings a proven track record and a rich understanding of the intricacies and dynamics of the healthcare industry.

We strive to make a positive social impact by championing the fundamental right to parenthood for all families while delivering sustainable and successful value enhancements.

Louise Joy Brown - World's First IVF Baby

Louise Joy, the first IVF baby

Louise Joy Brown, the world's first IVF baby, was born in 1978 after her parents, Lesley and John Brown, underwent a pioneering treatment developed by Dr. Patrick Steptoe and Dr. Robert Edwards in Oldham, England.

Lesley was unable to conceive naturally due to blocked fallopian tubes. Dr. Steptoe and Dr. Edwards retrieved eggs from her ovaries and fertilized them with sperm from her husband. The fertilized eggs were then transferred to Lesley’s uterus, where one of them implanted and resulted in a pregnancy.

The birth of Louise Brown on July 25, 1978 was a landmark event in the history of medicine and paved the way for millions of people around the world to have children who would not have been possible without IVF.