Theme for this year 2019 was “DRAWING THE LINE FOR LIFE” and speakers from various organizations took the podium to emphasize on the importance of protecting life, which begins from conception to natural death. A total of 144 students from three Mercy secondary schools and EYM attended the walk. March for life is a walk held annually within Nairobi Central Business to bring together people from different walks of life and of all ages in order to sensitize the society on the importance of promoting and protecting human life. The walk is organized by Kenya Christian Professionals Forum (KCPF) which is an organization made up of Church based groups from various denominations that share common values on Christian teachings on issues of life, religion and governance in conjunction with Evangelical Alliance of Kenya (EAK), National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK) and Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops (KCCB) under the Linda Uhai Consortium. Objectives of the walk was to bring together people from different walks of life that stand for the culture of life that seek to preserve life at all stages of life cycle from conception to natural death, to advice youth on abstinence in order to avoid early pregnancies which would be an influencing factor for increase in abortions and to support young people introduced to the idea of chaste lifestyles in their disposition to be protectors and defenders of human life. The purpose of the walk was to sensitize the participants on the sanctity of Life from conception to death and the fact that God is the giver of life and life is precious to Him. It discouraged abortion but encouraged the spread of Pro- life messages and abstinence. The walk commenced at the Railways Sports Club at 10:00am through Haile Selassie Avenue, to Kenyatta Avenue, back to Railways Sports club punctuated with Prayers conducted at four focal points along the main roads. Participants carried placards with different pro-life messages for sensitization to those they met along the way.