The HOME Project Greece won Child 10's annual award on the EU's Anti-Trafficking day, 18 October.
The award was launched in 2014 with the aim to reward those who protect and help refugee children. With this award, the project will receive funding and a support program to help develop their organisation. It will also receive networking help to connect with other organisations with the same purpose.
The HOME Project Greece, led by Sofia Kouvelaki, has 11 shelters for unaccompanied minors. They are working on a better child protection model to help children socialise in their new community, prevent trafficking and remove them from bad environments.