Predecessors Awards Worldwide to be launched in Finland

Predecessors Awards Worldwide to be launched in Finland

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Predecessors Awards Worldwide (PAW), an global organisation focused on acknowledging and honouring individuals for their contribu­tion to society will launch this year’s awards in Finland on May 25.

Dubbed ‘Legacy of Hope, title of an autobiography by Samuel Yaw Anini, honoree of the awards, this year’s event in Helsinki would feature other distinguished individuals who had supported humanity over the years.

Speaking ahead of the event the Vice President of PAW, Madam Ruby Okine said,the organisation has 50 books to be published and launched for var­ious honorees in Ghana, South Africa, USA, France, Belgium, and other countries.

She called on philanthropists and people in society who iden­tify with the need to honour heroes in the older generation to partner with or support their projects.

She mentioned that through the PAW, an Einstein Memori­al Institute of Education and Health would also be launched in Ghana in September.

She also mentioned that work is underway to establish the African Diasporan Village, a project of two honorees of Prestigious Annual Predecessors Awards (PAPA) 2023, as well as others in Africa and Europe.

PAW is one of the 14 net­works of Relevant Achievers Impacting Nations with an objective to discover, appreci­ate, and honour heroes in older generations, especially the unsung.

The organisation believes that too many people after great acts of self-sacrifice to better society were forgotten once they were off the scene.

They believe that there were many unsung heroes in various segments of society that needed to be honoured in their lifetime.

As a result, PAW hosts the PAPA in five locations – Afri­ca, America, the Caribbeans, Europe, and the Middle East – to award various heroes.

The organisation sponsors, publishes and launches auto­biographies for honorees who receive this award.

PAW recently hosted PAPA2024 Caribbean Edition in the Bahamas

 By Edem Mensah Tsotorme

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