I came across your post by accident I am a military wife residing overseas, and was looking into becoming an egg donor. Apparently it is alot more difficult to donate as an american overseas. As I have been doing extensive research on overseas facilities I can give you some information on that. I have read that it is less expensive to do invitro overseas, leading countries include Belguim and Czech. Alot of these clinics let you do the beginning of your treatment at home, and then have you fly over for the actual egg donor egg transfer. I have read you can either choose a donor from their databases or use your own. I would presume that the Military will cover ultrasounds and possibly medications, my sister in law lives here in germany and did invitro and the military covered most of the costs. I have had little luck with my egg donation mission, but hopefully my research can help you out some. I would stick to countries like the netherlands and belguim, just cause I don't know what healthcare is like in countries like africa and czech.