Roads to a Healthy Future (ROADS II) works with African leadership to secure a healthier population in East and Central Africa. Since 2005 the project has been reducing HIV transmission and the impact of other health challenges along major transport corridors in 10 countries in the region: Burundi, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Djibouti, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Southern Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia. Transport corridors are economic lifelines but are also an important route of HIV transmission. 50 percent of the population along regional transport corridors is transient and impoverished. Health indicators in these underserved corridor towns are generally poor. Infant, child and maternal mortality are high. The ROADS II objective is to leave communities stronger by linking underserved, remote and vulnerable mobile populations and communities to HIV/AIDS and other critical health services. Roads to a Healthy Future (ROADS II), a Leader with Associates, is a follow-on to the Regional Outreach Addressing AIDS through Development Strategies (ROADS) Project, launched in August 2005 with support from PEPFAR and the USAID. USAID’s principal implementing partner on ROADS II is FHI 360. The ROADS II budget for fiscal year 2008 to 2013 is $109 million. Funding is provided by USAID/East Africa and bilateral missions.