The devolved funds also ensure capacity building and development of human capital for the Counties and Constituencies. The devolved units, while awarding bursaries to their students in higher education, have historically faced challenges of visibility of other sources of funding that the beneficiaries’ access. This presents the risk of over funding of students some of whom benefit from counties, constituency bursary schemes as well as the HELB national kitty while others completely miss out. Some of the Counties and Constituencies have therefore opted to establish revolving funds at HELB to ensure that their funds are optimally utilized and only the most deserving students benefit. Further, by establishing revolving funds, they ensure that present beneficiaries continue supporting students in future when they repay their loans. Notably, through HELB transparent and accountable systems, counties and constituencies avoid integrity challenges that have bedeviled many counties and constituencies funds. The devolved units comprising four  counties and seven  constituencies have since set up revolving funds worth a combined Kshs. 303.9 Million.