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German Information Centre for Migration, Vocational Training and Career (DIMAK), Pristina

German Information Centre for Migration, Vocational Training and Career (DIMAK), Pristina

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German Information Centre for Migration, Vocational Training and Career (DIMAK)
Arkitekt Karl Gega, Nr. 38
10000 Pristina
Kosovo

If you have any questions, please contact us via Facebook Messenger, email (dimak-kosovo@giz.de) or call us at: 038 233002 ext 807 / 802 / 801 / 815

The Centre is open to the clients based on restrictions put by the Government. For the safety of all, the client is required to wear a mask, keep the distance and disinfect hands. Only one client is allowed at a time in an office.
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Maria Kostomay

Eine Dame mit hellgrauen Haaren, dunkelbraunen Augen und dunkel umrandeter Brille steht vor einer Glastüre und lächelt in die Kamera. Man sieht sie nur ab dem Oberkörper. Sie trägt einen weißen Pullover.
Centre manager Maria Kostomay

Maria Kostomay

Manager of DIMAK Kosovo 

I’m the manager of DIMAK Kosovo, and aim to provide returnees with a comprehensive advisory service. Our information centre can help you with finding a job or starting a business. We offer individual counselling, various different training courses and psychosocial support.

My task as manager of the DIMAK is to ensure the quality of the advice we provide and to continuously improve our service. I have worked abroad for a number of years in the areas of youth unemployment, migration and project management.

Rrahim Trepça

Rrahim Trepça - Berater im DIMAK in Pristinna

Rrahim Trepça

Advisor

I provide online advice via our social media platforms regarding your career development and your job opportunities on the labour market in Kosovo. I also coordinate our annual job fair for the Ministry of Labour and Social Welfare and provide training at the DIMAK training centre on the topic of seasonal work in Germany. My advice can be provided in Albanian, Serbian or English.

Arnisa Aliqkaj

Beraterin Arnisa Aliqkaj lächelt in die Kamera.

Arnisa Aliqkaj

Advisor

My focus as an advisor is on providing psychosocial support. I’m a qualified psychologist.
We generally hold our first conversations at the centre. We can talk with one another and together find a long-term outlook for you. I’m happy to refer you for ongoing therapy if you wish.
 

Emine Dodiq

Eine junge Frau mit hellbraunen Haaren steht vor einer Glastür und lächelt in die Kamera. Man sieht nur ihren Oberkörper. Sie trägt eine weiße Bluse.
Advisor Emine Dodiq

Emine Dodiq

Advisor

I’m a psychologist with a master’s degree in School Psychology and Counselling. My work at DIMAK involves providing psychosocial support to returnees, and I usually lead the initial counselling session. I’m happy to refer you to one of our partner organisations if you need ongoing therapy.

You are welcome to visit me at DIMAK if you need support. I’ll provide you with information on the opportunities that are available, and advise you on how to cope with the new conditions after you return.

Country experiences

Self-employed with my own dry lining business

I returned to Kosovo and now run my own dry lining business. The DIMAK and its other partners helped me with my start-up. I’m positive about the future and glad that I came back.

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New drive for a life as a farmer

The help I received meant I could start over again as a farmer.

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Start-up assistance leads to self-employment

I now have my own hairdressing salon in Kosovo. It also offers career prospects for my children.

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Using my skills in my own country

Now I’m a carpenter fitting out entire restaurants. Only in a roundabout way did I find possibilities to be successful in my dream job.

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A better future for my family

My name is Agim and I come from Kosovo. I used to work in the marble industry, but the pay was bad. The wages didn't allow me to support my family. So in 2015 I took my wife and three children to Germany. We applied for asylum.

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