Over the past couple of decades there has been a growing struggle between the Borana and Rendille in Marsabit County of Northern Kenya. These conflicts have escalated around livestock raids; in fact, more than 250 people have been killed. Sauti Moja has developed a methodology for peace by using the Community Livestock Banking (CLB), where widows pay off their livestock (4 goats & 1 donkey) loan by passing on the first female offspring to the next needy widow. In the case of a Peace CLB we have identified 10 Rendille widows and10 Borana widows, whose husbands were killed and livestock taken by the other tribe. These widows will pass-on their first female livestock offspring to widows from the other tribe. The Borana widows pass-on to Rendille widows, and Rendille widows pass on to Borana widows. These widows share their personal testimonies about their journey to a peace, that is now being celebrated throughout their tribal communities.