Meron Estefanos is a remarkable Eritrean radio journalist and activist who campaigns to save those fleeing from her home country. In Eritrea indefinite military conscription from 17 is compulsory and those who refuse are imprisoned. The twin currencies of one of the most repressive regimes in Africa are violence and corruption. It is no surprise that around 5,000 are escaping a month. Some head for Israel where many are captured en route by criminal gangs that roam Sinai kept in torture camps, raped and ransomed. Others suffer the same fate in Libya.