Run by Refugee Women, for Refugee Women

Founded in 1995 by a group of women refugees, the Refugee Women’s Network (RWN) aims to equip refugee and immigrant women to become leaders in their homes, businesses, and communities by providing training, education, and advocacy. Constituents learn about community development, gain financial and business skills, and are awarded microloans in order to promote independence, self-sufficiency and networking.




Mentoring with an Impact

According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Georgia resettles approximately 2,500 refugees annually. Throughout its 20+ years, Refugee Women’s Network has served more than 5,000 women from over 60 countries, many of whom have gone on become college graduates, entrepreneurs, and community leaders.