The purpose of the Capstone Project is to train Haitian clinic nurses in the Focused Antenatal Care (FANC) program and successfully implement the program in Bainet, Haiti. The desired outcome of the Capstone Project is twofold: (1) to increase the knowledge base of the nurses in FANC and (2) to assist the nurses in identifying changes that may need to be made to the FANC program for successful implementation within Bainet. Currently in Bainet, Haiti there are no formal antenatal care programs. FANC is a new approach that offers a practical yet effective way to address many aspects of antenatal care in a limited number of visits. To reach reliable maternity services, a woman from Bainet would need to travel three to four days on foot, over mountainous terrain, to reach the capital city of Port-Au-Prince (PAP) where the costs of receiving care are usually more than what can be afforded (Shaw, 2008). Hope for Haiti Foundation (HFHF) is a nonprofit organization, comprised of staff from Haiti and the United States that operates the Zorange Health Clinic in Bainet. The clinic is available to all inhabitants of Bainet within a day’s walk and cost of care is based on ability to pay. The current endeavor of HFHF is the construction of a hospital to service primarily the maternity and pediatric population of Bainet. Structuring antenatal care within the community is the first of many steps in preparation for hospital opening in 2011. The FANC education portion and initial implementation of this project occurred March 23-25, 2010 at the Zorange Clinic in Bainet. The evaluation portion of the project was completed May 12-14, 2010 through post testing and a focus group discussion addressing cultural, logistical and any other concerns associated with FANC program implementation. The Haitian clinic nurses involved in this Capstone Project will eventually be going into the community to train Community Health Workers (CHWs) and Traditional Birth Attendants (TBAs) to provide FANC. Utilizing the Haitian nurses to provide further training promotes culturally congruent project implementation, community mobilization and project sustainability. The results of the Capstone Project demonstrated that the teaching program increased knowledge and skill level in FANC and though immediate program implementation was accomplished, issues identified as needing further attention to promote successful FANC implementation are coordination with the CHWs, community education and referral services for high risk women. As a result of this project implications, community education, CHW-clinic coordination and referral issues will be addressed in further detail in the upcoming months.