The Inverse Proportion

by Louise P.N.Kibuuka



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 1/16/2017

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 120
ISBN : 9781524667672
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 120
ISBN : 9781524667665

About the Book

The Good Samaritan Centre was located secluded in a green village. The clients housed in there seemed to live there against their will. Little did they know, they were there for their own safety and well-being! They kept trying and turning the door locks to escape without success! Outside the glass doors lay an open, beautiful garden designed and planted to offer solace, pleasure, and emotional therapy for the clients. Far away from the guarded doors, they scramble for research and to cure the precious lives from the devastating disease that took the priority on each country’s development agenda. In some countries, it was feared that senior citizens were at the edge of extinction. In other countries, it was a natural condition for the aged. Meanwhile, every sixty-seven seconds, a new case appeared. One of her church friends had just been diagnosed and admitted to hospital for the same disease! Justina felt she had a responsibility to contribute and help fight the menace! The responsibility every carer dreads!

About the Author

Louise P.N.Kibuuka was born in Uganda. She is currently living in the United Kingdom. She was educated and worked in East Africa, Holland, and the United Kingdom. She is a member of the UN World Education for Sustainable Development, trainer, and freelance writer. She worked as a social health and support worker, teacher, lecturer, and is a rural-urban development environmentalist. She has contributed several articles to a number of news dailies in East Africa and international magazines in Europe and East Africa. She is the author of Unfolding Beauty of the Odds in the Garden and Glowing Embers: A Tale of Two Worlds. The Inverse Proportion is her third book published by the Author Publishing House. The abstract photograph appearing on the front cover of the book is by courtesy of Stasys Mackonis, a photographer and gardener from Lithuania currently living in the United Kingdom.