The image of Kosovo for the French, and more generally the Europeans, was mainly built by the news, almost all related to the war leading to the independence of the country in 2008. The daily life of Kosovo people no longer interest journalists today as the country has returned to a (fragile) stability. The situation of ethnic minorities (Roma, Ashgalis and Egyptians) is more than unknown. Through the work of an NGO, this work seeks to show a sincere portrait of the district of Fushë-Kosovë, populated mainly by Ashgalis and Egyptians, in the outskirts of Prishtina (the capital of the country) without falling into the miserabilism of a troubled population. The situation, although still difficult, has positively evolved thanks to the work of volunteers who work with children, but also mothers. So close to the capital but so far from its dynamism and development, welcome to Fushë-Kosovë.