Upper Nile Press (UG)

A publishing house with a printing plant, established in 1986, seven miles (11 kilometers) east of Kampala, the capital city of Uganda, by the old East African Union Mission just before Uganda became a union mission of its own. The house serves the four fields and one mission of the Union territory with 17 million people speaking a number of languages. The plant was established to serve the needs of a growing church in the country. The beginnings were and still are simple. One new offset printing machine was acquired with assistance from Eastern Africa Division and the General Conference. A secondhand press and other typographical equipment secured from the U.S.A. with assistance from the General Conference and other donors were installed in one building of 2,520 square feet (235 square me...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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