Basic Health Research 2007 shows that Kupang district is one of Regional Health Problems among 154 districts in Indonesia. In 2009 the Provincial Government of NTT launched the Mother and Child Health (MCH) Revolution Movement through Governor Regulation No. 42 in 2009, and followed by declaring Regulation of Head of Kupang District No.16 of 2010 on the Acceleration of MCH. The aim of this study is to describe the MCH achievement and the implementation of MCH Revolution Policy in Kupang District. This is a qualitative research which was conducted in 2012. Of the 25 health centers in Kupang District, there were 6 health center set in clusters. Data were collected by in-depth interviews, focus group discussion, and document review. Results showed that the MCH Revolution Movement had succeeded in increasing the delivery by health workers, especially in health facilities by involving the community. This increase is relevant to the growing number of health centers, Basic Emergency Obstetric and Newborn Care (BEmONC) facilities , and midwives in Kupang. The situation was supported by the facts that there were no competition between midwives and TBAs, active cadres who accompanied pregnant women very cooperative TBAs, supportive village regulation, and health centers and village midwives which always ready for delivery. Conclusions, the supporting factors of the MCH Revolution movement are the implementation of rewards and punishments system, community empowerment that has been running well, and also midwives-TBAs partnership.