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With India toughening its stand on surrogacy, evident in Surrogacy (Regulation) Bill 2016 which the Cabinet cleared last month, surrogacy service seekers, and even doctors have started moving to destinations that still allow this service.
While Cambodia has become popular among people — both Indians and from other parts of the world — countries such as Ukraine and Kenya are attracting doctors from India.
India is no longer on the surrogacy map and after Bangkok and Thailand stopped surrogacy, Cambodia opened up.
As in the early days of surrogacy in India, the lack of proper laws or guidelines in Cambodia has proved a big attraction.
But the focus on Cambodia has its set of concerns.
There is growth in surrogacy in Cambodia since last year. There is a huge pressure building and Cambodia is ill-prepared to handle it. Besides, there are no laws in place (in Cambodia). There are concerns about its medical infrastructure vis-à-vis other destinations such as India.