The problem of conflict is a global concern. State and non state actors have made efforts towards addressing the issue of conflict management and peace building in Kenya including the conflict prone area, Trans-Nzioa county using Track I, Track II and Track III approaches. Integrated mission concept has been developed both at the international and at local levels using proactive measures rather than the reactive and crisis driven measures; however, sustainable peace is yet to be realized. This book established the types, scale, motives and severity, to be some of the spelling factors to the changing nature of conflict within the county. Numerous root causes were identified including cultural practices (raids by the Pokot), poverty and competition over land and water resources. Triggers of conflict noted include perceived marginalization amongst groups based on age, gender, education, ethnicity; forced displacements, corruption; and the fuelers of conflict identified include politicians, external attackers and the youth. Coordination amongst various core actors has been enhanced through existing local peace building blocs.