"Not Funny Then But Funny Now" - The Highs and Lows of Being a Humanitarian Worker

In 2000, Gerry Robertson began working for the International Committee of the Red Cross. His experiences around the world are described in his extraordinary book Not Funny Then, But Funny Now.
Not Funny Then But Funny Now
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AUCKLAND, New Zealand - March 29, 2013 - PRLog -- Author Gerry Robertson has known what path his life would take since he was 7 years old. After watching a television documentary on human suffering, years later, Gerry began working with the Red Cross in his homeland of New Zealand.

In 2000, he began working for the International Committee of the Red Cross. His experiences around the world are described in his extraordinary book Not Funny Then, But Funny Now. If you’ve ever wondered what the life of a humanitarian worker is like, read about the rewards as well as the toll it can take on your personal life, in the words of someone who has been at the world’s hotspots when help was needed.

According to one Amazon reader: “Gerry Robertson provides a great insight into countries that are experiencing pain that we in the wealthier realms cannot envisage. I read this based on a referral and could not put it down, a true insight into what our foreign aid workers experience on a daily basis. Truly makes one appreciate the basic comforts that we enjoy in our plush lives. There is no doubting the authenticity of the author as he has been evident in our television and print media over the past decade. To bring humour into what can only be described as life altering events is a skill and softens the experience somewhat for us city dwellers. Looking forward to the next book.”

NOT FUNNY THEN, BUT FUNNY NOW (ISBN: 978-1-60976-880-5) is now available for $11.95 and can be ordered through the publisher’s website:  http://sbpra.com/gerryrobertson/ or at www.amazon.com or www.barnesandnoble.com.

WHOLESALERS: This book is distributed by Ingram Books and other wholesale distributors. Contact your representative with the ISBN for purchase. Wholesale purchase for retailers, universities, libraries, and other organizations is also available through the publisher; please email bookorder@aeg-online-store.com.

About the Author: Gerry Robertson was born and raised in a small town in New Zealand. He met his wife while they were both working in Liberia in 2004. After a year sabbatical, the two are now on another mission. He is writing the second book about his experiences.

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