Pag-Asa Youth Association of the Philippines - NCR Federation

  • Legarda, Manila
  • Philippines
  • Children & Youth

Mission statement

PYAP National Capital Region is geared towards the total development of the disadvantaged youth in terms of his/her socio-economic, physical, psychological, cultural and spiritual development.To promote the development of the out of school youth and other disadvantaged youth to become self reliance is geared towards the total development of the disadvantaged youth in terms of his/her socio-economic, physical, psychological, cultural and spiritual development.To promote the development of the out of school youth and other disadvantaged youth to become self reliant economically productive and socially responsible citizens, able to contribute to the development of their family and community.


HISTORY OF PAG-ASA YOUTH ASSOCIATION The Pag-asa Youth Association of the Phillipines, Inc. or PYAP is a duly constituted barangay based organization of the out-of school-youth between 15-24 years old who are clientele of the DSWD. The PYAP was first incorporated on July 29, 1974 with the SEC under the name of Pag-asa Youth Movement Inc. and thus become an affiliate organization of the DSWD. As a result of innovative programs and services and further strengthening the capabilities of the youth program, the PYM Inc. changed its name to PYAP Inc. based on its new SEC Registration Number 01328, approved on April 12, 1996. The PYAP is organized nationwide and is federated from the Municipal, City/Provincial, Regional and National Levels. The PYAP Federation of different levels serves as a strategy that provides forum to discuss youth issues and concerns related to their projects and come up with solutions/recommendations addressed to both the youth and other system involved in program planning and implementation.

Contact Person
Pres Joshua Delos Reyes, VicePres Arvie Morales and Sec Jules DelaCruz Ballo
Contact Number
09294151670
Email
pyapncr@yahoo.com
Website
https://www.facebook.com/PYAP-National-Capital-Region-275730386104891/