President and CEO of yogurt company "Chobani" and founder of the tent foundation Hamdi Ulukaya speaks at the Creativity For Change Forum, part of Tallinn Music Week in Estonia, on April 1, 2016. / AFP / RAIGO PAJULA
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A Kurdish migrant to the U.S. who became a billionaire by topping its yoghurt market Friday called for entrepreneurs to help run refugee camps.Hamdi Ulukaya, who makes a point of employing refugees at his U.S.-based Chobani yogurt factories, said business people had a role to play in managing refugee camps because organisations like the United Nations had failed to do it well.Ulukaya also called on people to reassess the way they looked at refugees.Launched by U.S. billionaires Bill Gates and Warren Buffet in 2010, Richard Branson, Tim Cook, Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg are among its 143 members.
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