The groups’ micro-credit component which PISP has implemented since 2005 has to date supported 42 women and mixed groups from the pastoralist communities to have alternative and diversify their source of income than solely relying on livestock sector. This will give the communities opportunity to withstand the adverse impacts of the droughts. The clients have now about Kenya Shillings 13 million circulating as revolving credit fund. The groups were also provided with leadership and enterprises management skills trainings. The impact of the revolving credit fund was immensely noticed during droughts when the members of the scheme have better resilience to the droughts than the previous times and the non-members. PISP will work with her development partners to enhance this initiative among the pastoralist communities in Northern Kenya.