Transforming the youth

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PAYAS NEW LOGOIt is an educational, civil and social organization set up to produce responsible future leaders in the country and the world as a whole. It was established on

12th Oct, 2013 at Obuasi by Agorsor Worlanyo Emmanuel with six children. The idea of establishing this organization is based on the following:

  1. Self-life experienced.
  2. Lack of advice to improve one’s life.
  3. Exhibition of immoral behaviors of the children to be called future leaders.
  4. Caring for brilliant but needy children (venerable).
  5. How to cultivate responsible people throughout the world.

The organization is opened to all the children from the age of twelve years to twenty years and anyone willing to provide voluntary service to help in bringing up responsible future leaders in the world is welcome.

The motto: Transforming the youth

Slogan:  Cultivating responsible leaders in the world

Crest: Consist of Children, Broom and Hoe, Pen and Ball, and Book and hand.



Children shaking their hands: Means unity and love in the family, the community, country and the world which will result in peace and stability.

Pen and Book: Means ways by which individuals can acquire knowledge and skills for efficiency and high productivity to develop the country in future.

Book and Hand: Means our future leaders will improve the countries and the world through both physical and mental skills.

Broom and Hole: Means the improvement of the countries and the world is the manner of good hygienic                                                                                                                                                    and good sanitation.


Author: payasgh

Patriotic Youth Association (PAYAS) is a non-political and non-profit association for the youth between the ages of 12 & 20. The ultimate aim of the association is to train discipline future leaders

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