This book provides a comprehensive analysis of the impact of liberalized agricultural markets on the human welfare status of the rural household in Kenya, with specific reference to Koibarak Location, Marakwet District. More specifically it examines impact of liberalized markets on income distributions, food security status, education status and health status. The book also analyzes socio-cultural, economic, demographic and physical environmental barriers affecting welfare status of rural family household. This book is recommended for policy makers and development agencies seeking to promote the quality status of rural household relying entirely on agriculture. Students taking Rural Sociology, Globalization and Development concepts courses will find this book appropriate for their course work.