Yearly tens of hundreds of Ethiopians start the perilous 2,000km (1,200-mile) trek from their dwelling nation to Saudi Arabia, making an attempt to cross mountains, deserts, the Pink Sea and even a struggle zone.
A few of these migrants describe how they face theft, extortion and hunger in temperatures of round 50 Celsius.
Many die alongside the way in which, whereas others fall quick and find yourself begging within the streets.
BBC Africa Eye brings you the story of a few of those that danger all of it.
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