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Episode 70–Waiting Wombs Trust, My Interview with Founder Hadassa Trip

Episode 70–Waiting Wombs Trust, My Interview with Founder Hadassa Trip

Hello everyone, Civilla Morgan here!

Welcome back to Childless not by Choice, where my mission is to recognize and speak to the broken hearts of childless not by choice women, and men, around the world.  I am spreading the great news that we can live a joyful, relevant, and fulfilled life; although we could not, did not, have the children we so wanted.

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Hadassa says “I founded Waiting Wombs Trust, an organization that brings together couples, women, men who have walked the child waiting journey and succeeded on are still in wait. We also create awareness about childlessness.

We support such by sharing experiences, encouraging and waiting together.

We have also partnered with some doctors to help needy cases or just waiting wombs in general. Childless couples and mostly women go through a lot.”


Interview questions: 

  • Tell us why you chose the name Waiting Wombs project, tell us about the project.
  • Tell us about your Facebook Group. It’s a large group! Are most of the people from the continent, are they based in Kenya?
  • How do the men deal with the group, are they involved at all?
  • How long has the Waiting Womb project been in existence?
  • How do you encourage women and couples who are waiting?
  • Do you get the ‘why don’t you just adopt?’ question over there? And do you get unwanted commentary from strangers and family?
  • How do you overcome moments of sadness?


Hadassa’s Contact information:

Facebook: Waiting wombs (ww)



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  1. Episode 70 was informative and encouraging. I have two children, but my daughter and her husband of 8 years are struggling to conceive a child. They still have hope it will eventually happen. I recommended this episode to them and the platform that is managed by the guest speaker. This is a worldwide struggle and platforms such as this are helping people positively interact with each other. Thank you.

    • Hi Mareshah, thank you for listening to my interview with Hadassa. It truly was an eye-opening conversation. It gives such hope to the childless not by choice community to know there are advocates all over the world willing to give and obtain help for our demographic. I am praying that your daughter and son-in-law’s prayers are answered. But in the meantime, I know they will find comfort in knowing there are many who understand!


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