Somalia is one of the most dangerous countries in the world, and also one of the most perilous to escape from. Hemmed in by ongoing conflicts and with the longest coastline in Africa, one way out is across the Gulf of Aden by tiny smuggling boats. Risking capsizing, robbery, rape or violent attack by the smugglers themselves, the refugees face just one in twenty chance of making it across alive. Despite the risks, tens of thousands each year take their chances at sea rather than stare death in the face at home. Alixandra Fazzina has been following the exodus of Somalis from both sides of the water - from the established smuggling routes out of Somalia, and the migrants subsequent fate as they arrive in Yemen. Many however do not make it. The cost of this perilous exodus from Somalia - one million shillings. Since then, she has continued to follow the paths of the refugees, telling often the most traumatising stories of those who have arrived in the UN camps in Yemen.