She didn't have a business plan. She didn't have a revenue model. She didn't have connections. And she didn't have a penny. But as a 20 year-old, Kjerstin Erickson began dreaming the "audacious" idea of creating the largest library for a refugee camp in the world. Kjerstin now works among three refugee camps in Zambia, helping 60,000 refugees to build better lives. This is her story.


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