He joined Rankin's volunteer firefighter service at the age of 19. It wasn't long until he had to respond to his first call for an unconscious person, who ended up dying as a result of huffing propane. "I panicked because it was my first time ever," he recalls. "From there it all went downhill."
Youth from remote Albanian and Serbian villages walk through the hills of Germia just outside of Pristina during a camp intended to encourage reconciliation between Kosovo's two main ethnic groups. The camps are run by Nazmi Hasanramaj, who was one of the first three Kosovars to climb Mount Everest in 2017.