The Turkana County Livestock Marketing Council plays a crucial role in the economic and social development of the region. As one of the largest livestock producers in Kenya, Turkana County has a long history of traditional pastoralism, with livestock serving as a primary source of livelihood for many families. The council provides a platform for livestock traders and herders to come together, negotiate fair prices, and facilitate trade between different regions. This has not only improved the income of the local communities but also boosted the overall economic growth of the region. In addition to its economic impact, the council has also contributed to social cohesion by promoting peaceful coexistence between different communities and reducing conflicts over resources. Through its efforts, the Turkana County Livestock Marketing Council has become a shining example of how collective action and cooperation can lead to sustainable development and improved livelihoods.