Two years later the United Mission to Nepal entered the country.
What does UMN stand for?
UMN stands for United Mission to Nepal
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He visited Duncan Hospital with his sick grandson, met Ernest Oliver (then field leader of RBMU but later a founder of the United Mission to Nepal and its first executive secretary), (19) and became a secret believer.
Kathmandu, May 17 -- For many years now, she has been a familiar sight around Thapathali and Pulchowk with her dog perched as a pillion rider on an ageing Chinese bicycle going to and from the United Mission to Nepal offices in Thapathali or to the Kathmandu International Study Centre where she teaches A-Level Biology part time.
Ernest Oliver--the first executive secretary of the United Mission to Nepal (195-61), executive secretary of the Regions Beyond Missionary Union (1961-76), the first general secretary of the Evangelical Missionary Alliance (1966-83), and a director of Tearfund (1976-86)--was one of the most influential figures in the British evangelical missionary movement in the twentieth century.