The aim of the donor programme is to provide sex cells for the recipients who, due to health reasons, do not have their own sex cells and request the workplace for donation of sex cells intended and tested for donation programmes. Donation of the sex cells is made on the basis of a donation contract made by and between the donor and the donee – the SPLN Assisted Reproduction Centre (ARC). The donor will provide the donated gametes to the infertile couple treated in the ARC on the basis of a confirmed consent for the use of the donor sperms/oocytes. Laboratory tests required for donors of reproductive human cells collected through our workplace. For the donor of the reproductive cells, the performance of these laboratory tests is required to assess the risk of cross contamination. a) the presence of the HIV 1, Anti-HIV 1 virus, b) the presence of the HIV 2, Anti-HIV 2 virus, c) the presence of the Hepatitis B, HBsAg, and Anti-HBc virus, d) the presence of the Hepatitis C, Anti-HCV-AB virus e) Syphilis Under certain circumstances, additional laboratory tests may be required depending on the traveller’s and the exposure history of the human tissue donor. Sperm donors acquired from the sperm bank. This workplace acquires the donor sperm from the tissue bank SpermBank International s.r.o., Olomouc, the Czech Republic. The supplier’s sperm bank guarantees negativity of the laboratory tests for the following parameters: – Chlamydia Trachomatis by the PCR method, – screening of the donor blood serum after 180 days of the quarantine on: the HIV 1, 2 and the p24 antigen), the HBV (determination of surface antigen and antibody against the HBV nucleocapsid antigen), the HCV (antibody determination), Syphilis (TPHA or RRR). A married couple requesting the donor sperms will select the sperm donor from the donors catalogue on the basis of the characteristics given. They will issue a request for the import of the sperms based on their requirements. This workplace shall implement a specific order of the reproductive human cells (sperms) and, after the transport, it shall ensure the storage of the biological material until its use. The consignment of the imported material contains the “Donor Sperm Sample Consignment Protocol for Non-Partner Donation”, which includes: – the order – consignment and the method of packing – dispatch and taking over of the consignment – declaration of the consignee. A clinical embryologist or a person assigned by him/her is responsible for taking over the consignment. It is necessary to sign the “Information Leaflet on Distributed Biological Material” and check the identity of the sample with the label. This workplace, at the request of the tissue bank, shall regularly be sending a filled-out specimen form in writing to the donor sperm provider (SpermBank International s.r.o., Olomouc) on the use of the samples. It will be obligatory to fill in all the required information on the date and the method of use of the sample provided, of the eventual pregnancy, the number of childbirths, etc. (miscarriage, the cause of miscarriage, health record of the children born).