It's the "largest" humanitarian project the E.U. has supported.
The survivors told police they were a family of 10.
Displaced people need food and shelter on their journeys ― but they also need to stay connected.
A Sicilian farm offers them job training and long-term opportunities.
Fifty-three corpses of people fleeing violence and poverty were found on a single day last week.
"Refugees are just looking to live their lives as normally as possible."
Moving video recreates treacherous experience of a boy journeying from Syria to Europe.
Imagine living outdoors in a tent when it's 100 degrees.
At least 3,770 people are thought to have died on Mediterranean routes last year.