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Jessie Viola Halliwell was a North American nurse, teacher, and missionary to Brazil.

Leo Blair Halliwell, a native of Odessa, Nebraska, United States, was a missionary in Brazil, promoter of the mission medical boat project in the Amazon, and president of Bahia and Sergipe Mission, Lower Amazonas Mission, and North Brazil Union Mission. Halliwell was an engineer, navigator, nurse, administrator, and missionary. Jessie Rowley Halliwell, missionary nurse, served by her husband's side in northern Brazil.

Daniel Armand Hämmerly Dupuy, man of science and faith, was an archaeologist, paleontologist, biologist, anthropologist, historian, theologian, as well as a professor, prolific writer, pastor, evangelist, and mentor of Adventist university youth.

​Marcelo Alberto Hammerly was a physician, teacher, writer, and director of River Plate Sanitarium in Libertador San Martín, Entre Ríos, Argentina.

Günter Hans was a physician, visionary for patient care, administrator, and professor who received many honors and recognitions during his life and posthumously.

Palmer Harder, pastor, administrator and treasurer, served in Brazil for many years.

​George Ernest Hartman, North American missionary and administrator, dedicated 45 years to the work of the Church. For 32 years he worked for the mission of the Church in South America, when he lived in Argentina and Brazil.

​The Health Living Center (CEVISA) is a medical educational spa of the Seventh-Day Adventist Church located in the territory of Central Brazil Union Conference.

Johannes Augusto Heinrich Pages was an administrator and pioneer of publication work in Brazil.

​Reinhardt Hetze was one of the first Adventists in South America and the first person to accept the Adventist message through the missionary work of Geörg (Jorge) Heinrich Riffel (1850-1917) in Argentina.

​Hohenau Adventist Sanitarium (Sanatorio Adventista Hohenau or SAH) is a medical missionary institution of the Seventh-day Adventist Church located in the Paraguay Union of Churches Mission (UP) territory. It is headquartered on Route 6, 38.5 km in the city of Hohenau in the state of Itapúa, Paraguay.

The Hope Impact is a Seventh-Day Adventist Church evangelistic project developed in the South American Division territory (SAD). This project is part of a broader integrated evangelism program and consists of the free distribution of books and other missionary materials - printed and digital - in all eight countries assisted by the SAD: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay. Since its creation, the Hope Impact has engaged church leaders and members, as well as other supporters and Adventist institutions, whose efforts have reached the most diverse publics in society. The initiative operates from local churches, where members are mobilized and organized into groups and carry out massive and diversified distribution of the material in sparsely or heavily populated locations.

Heinrich Christian Georg David Hort was the owner of the store where the first Adventist literature arrived in Brazil.

​Siegfried Hoyler, teacher and manager, was born on May 9, 1933, in the city of Campos dos Goytacazes, state of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

​Salim Japas, pastor, evangelist, minister, theology professor, writer, and international speaker, served in South America, Inter-America, and the Middle East.

Henrique Carlos Kaercher was a typographer and founder of the Art Department of the Brazil Publishing House.

​Francisco Käfler was an Adventist pioneer in the state of Espírito Santo, Brazil.

​Guillermina Deggeller de Kalbermatter was a missionary nurse in Peru and Argentina, and wife of missionary Pedro Kalbermatter (1886-1968).