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Josiah Asangalwisye Mwakalinga was a front-line pastor, church planter, educator, treasurer, and administrator in Tanzania.

Witson Mwamakamba was a passionate promoter of the literature evangelism and an able administrator in the publishing work.

​Mwami Adventist Hospital is a medical institution of the Southern Zambia Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists.

​Mwami Adventist School of Nursing is a training institution of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Zambia.

Eriyasafu Mwanje was an influential member of society as well as a church pastor and evangelist who planted several churches in Uganda.

​Paul Nyembo Mwema was a pastor, evangelist and administrator in East-Central Africa.

John Anderson Mwesa was a Zambian Seventh-day Adventist music educator, government inspector of music education, composer, and renowned award-winning musician.

The Seventh-day Adventist work in Myanmar began in 1902, when Herbert B. Meyers, who had become an Adventist in Kolkata, India, entered the country along with A. G. Watson to sell Adventist books and take subscriptions for the Oriental Watchman Publishing house from Europeans and English-speaking Burmese people.

Myanmar Union Adventist Seminary (MUAS), formerly known as Burma Union Bible Seminary, is a baccalaureate college offering programs in religion, theology, education, and business.

​Cameron Myers commenced his service for the Seventh-day Adventist Church as an accountant. He worked for the Sanitarium Health Food Company for forty-six years until he retired in 1986 as the general manager of the company.

Na Davui ni Lotu was a church paper printed for members in the Fiji Mission from 1928 to 1935.

​Josefati (or Joseph) Nacadruta was one of the first Fijians, along with Pauliasi Bunoa and Alipati Rainima, to work for the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Fiji.

​Laurence Christopher Naden, a New Zealander, served in a number of pastoral and administrative roles and as the president of the Australasian Division between 1962 and 1970.

​One of the last states in India to be entered by Christians, Nagaland Region is now one of three states in India with a Christian majority. Nagaland Region was organized in 2000 and is a part of the Northeast India Union Section in the Southern Asia Division of Seventh-day Adventists. Its headquarters is in Dimapur, Nagaland, India.

Founded in 1937, Nairobi Central Church was the second church to be established in Kenya, but it soon became the main center of the goings-on in the Adventist church in Kenya.

Mecusela Naisogo was one of the earliest Fijian ordained ministers. He was in active service for about twenty years.

​Mitieli (or Mitchell) Nakasamai was born in Fiji about 1890. As a teenager he was one of the first students to attend the Buresala School on Ovalau Island in 1905. He first appeared in denominational periodicals as a missionary at Namarai in the Ra Coast region of Viti Levu in 1912.

​Namba Mission is one of the pioneering mission stations of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the central region of Angola, popularly known for its falling of manna.