NONDO conducted a baseline survey on the long term impact of COVID 19 on women and girls with disabilities from Kenyan nomadic and pastoralist communities. The survey intended to establish the long term and gendered impact of corona virus (COVID-19) on women and girls with disabilities in nomadic and pastoralist communities. It examined the socio-economic effects of Covid-19 on women and girls with disabilities in 12 counties and assessed the coping strategies employed by the women in these regions to deal with the impact of the prevention measure. The project outcomes were enhanced resilience of women and girls with disabilities in dealing with the impact and continuing effects of Covid-19, increased knowledge and generated evidence of the need for increased interventions for women and girls with disabilities from nomadic and pastoralist communities and enhanced capacity of Organizations of Persons with Disabilities to articulate, justify and conceptualize post-Covid recovery interventions targeting women and girls with disabilities. Through NONDO’s interventions, there was increased resilience in the communities of women and girls with disabilities with more of them forming networks of support for each other and looking forward to accessing financing for livelihood projects that will generate lost income opportunities and cushion them from further ravages of the pandemic.