Since mid-2018, the transit corridors from Greece, North Macedonia and Serbia through Bosnia-Herzegovina have become those favored by refugees, asylum seekers and migrants attempting to enter the EU. Two of the best entry points, on the Western Balkan route, are considered to be the cities of Bihac and Velika Kladuza, located near the Bosnian-Croatian border. The efforts made, under terribly challenging conditions, by these desperate people to cross into the EU without detection by the Croatian police has been dubbed "The Game" by the refugees themselves. Winning "The Game" means entry, losing meaning being pushed back to the starting point, sometimes even back to Greece or a complete deportation from Europe. In 2021 approximately 15,000 refugees, asylum seekers and migrants arrived into Bosnia-Herzegovina. of these about two hundreds were unaccompanied children. The situation of the people sent back and stuck on the Bosnian-Croatian border is miserable. They are in immediate need of adequate shelter, warm clothes, nutritious food and medical assistance. Currently their conditions have substantially worsened due to frigid weather and the Covid-19 pandemic.