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If you truly believe that every mother and every child deserves the best possible care, whether or not the newborn comes into this world or during that time or after, that means that you are with us on the same train. The study aims at assess nurses practice concerning MCH. Methodology: A descriptive study used evaluate approach with questionnaire items is conducted to explore nurses practice related to maternal and child health services. By a convenes random sample of (98) nurses is selected throughout the use of non-probability sampling approach. Data was collection through the use of a questionnaire and self-report nurses. Through the application the descriptive and dedicative statistic, data were analyzed. Results: "Latest findings show that 50 percent were young nurses (20-29 years), 56.1 percent were female, 66.3 percent were married, 65.3 percent graduated from a diploma, 52 percent medical assistant, 42.9 percent and 53.1 percent worked <5 years without training, respectively. At mean+ SD, nurse practice was 57.1 percent poor= 1.53+0.608. Conclusion: This research found practice in terms of maternal and child care, nurses were poor, and their practice was influenced by nurses age and training. More training of MCH program workers by local officials help to increase the practice of nurses practitioners. Providing health services and the manipulation of young nurses' energies, which actually helps to improve their skills.