The AIDSFree community focal mother (CFM) model has demonstrated success in improving retention in care of MBPs through PMTCT final outcome at 18–24 months. This model uses a proactive community-based approach. Trained and compensated CFMs visited all enrolled MBPs, regardless of HIV status, at home before they missed a visit to encourage them to continue visiting the health facility. During home visits with the mother, CFMs developed and regularly reviewed a care plan to anticipate mobility over the next 18 months. This proactive approach helps mothers plan for visits, anticipate challenges, and improve retention in care.