About us

Global Youth Athletic Training Centre (GYAT-C) was formed in year 2008. GYAT-C is a legally complaint organization duly registered under The Societies Act chapter 108 of the Laws of Kenya. GYAT-C is a non-profit making and Non-political organization. Its mandate is stated and articulated hereunder in its Vision, Mission, Core values and Strategic Objectives
Currently, GYAT-C runs a sport training facility in Kijabe, Kenya that also doubles as a Community Centre. It also mobilizes communities on escalating environmental challenges, while catalyzing, advocating, educating and facilitating promotion of environmentally conscious youth and citizenry while using available but limited local resources.
Additionally, GYAT-C is an active Christian organization with interested and willing collaboration of South Sudan, Rwanda and Burundi to bring our Vision to youths in the countries. We have also commenced ground-breaking discussion with collaborators in the “new” Somalia.


Latest News

Kenya select teams for Sudtirol and Mauritius

Athletics Kenya (AK) has selected the teams to next month's 6th IAAF World Youth Championships 'Südtirol 2009' in Bressanone, Italy (8 to 12 July) and the African Junior Championships in Mauritius later in the year, David Macharia reports for the IAAF.

The teams, selected at the end of a one-day trials meet held at the Nyayo stadium, Nairobi, include several top names including multiple national junior 800m champion Winny Chebet, who is going to represent her country in the Area Junior champs. 

She won her event by running 2:05.5 beating Eunice Sum of South Rift by 2:07.7. Third was Cherono Koech in 2:07.9, a time that won her a place in the team for the World Youth Champs.