Southern Africa is a sub-region area most affected by HIV and collectively, the SADC region containing over 1/3 of its population living with HIV infections.SADC member states with land boarder developed a project to cover the boarder. The project hypothesises that increase in cross border movement has accelerated risk of HIV infection to long distance truck drivers (LDTDs), commercial sex workers (CSWs), migrant population and young age working group. Funded by Global Fund (GF) through North Star Alliance, the project started in September 2012 and is expanding to 2016. The goal of the project is to advance the coherence and effectiveness of the regional response to HIV and AIDS to the mobile populations in order to reduce HIV infections in the SADC region and mitigate the impact of HIV and AIDS on mobile populations and affected communities across member states. Through this project , FACT runs clinics on borders.