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​Arthur Asa Grandvile Carscallen was the first Seventh-day Adventist missionary to Kenya. He was also a missionary to British Guiana.

The East-Central Africa Division (ECD) is one of the three divisions of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists on the African continent.

​Difasi Idude Isabirye was a pastor and administrator in Uganda and Kenya. Isabirye’s commitment to church leadership was displayed during the difficult days of the oppressive regime in Uganda in the 1970s.

​Meri Kahinju was a lay evangelist to the Rwenzoris, Uganda, and the first woman to serve as a preacher in Uganda.

Kasese Better Living Center is a center of influence managed by the Rwenzori Field as a community center for mission in many different ways.

​Referred to as “God’s Angel to Mount Rwenzori,” Magdalon Eugen (M. E.) Lind, along with his wife Kezia, were pioneer missionaries of the Seventh-day Adventist Church to the Rwenzori Mountains in western Uganda. He was a pastor, director, president, fluent speaker of several African languages, fundraiser, and a generous donor. As missionaries, Magadalon and Kezia were beloved by the people of Uganda and other countries where he worked, including Kenya, United Kingdom, Southern Rhodesia (Zimbabwe), and Lebanon.

​Samwiri Muhindo Muhairwa was a pioneer pastor of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the Rwenzori Mountains of Western Uganda.

Rwenzori Field is one of the six fields and one mission that currently constitute the Uganda Union of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Adventist activity in the Rwenzori mountains began in 1946 when M. E. Lind reached Kazingo, located at the foot of the Rwenzori Mountains.