HAS THE RIGHT TO KNOW
WHERE THEIR FAMILY IS.
With more than 1 million registered users, REFUNITE is the world’s largest missing persons platform for refugees and displaced populations
WHO WE ARE
Refugees United is a 501(c)(3) non-profit helping refugee families that have lost contact with each other during escape from conflict with an anonymous service to reconnect. When families are separated, we put them back in touch. We empower refugees and displaced people to take the search for missing loved ones into their own hands, whether through a mobile phone, a computer or one of our free help lines.
Over 65,000 reconnected families
More than 1 million registrations
Zero rated data in 17 countries via Facebook Connectivity
2000+ searches performed daily
The Democratic Republic of the Congo
STORIES OF CHANGE
Getting ready for the reopening of places of worship during COVID-19 in Bangui
Following a public announcement from the government of the Central African Republic (CAR) to reopen restaurants and places of worship, the citizens became excited. Nevertheless, Covid-19 cases are rising in the country. This shows that social distancing and washing hands…
On the World Refugee Day 2020, RELAY Community Network celebrates the work of its leaders
Over the past 3 years, REFUNITE, in partnership with community leaders and members, have been building “Relay”, a communications project we call a “trust layer” of information sharing, by enabling verified leaders to digitally share critical information with their constituents…
RELAY Community Network leader fights fake news on COVID-19 in CAR
As Coronavirus swipes the world, the city of Bangui wasn’t spared by the pandemic. By the time we wrote this article, the Central African Republic registered 1,850 confirmed cases, 38 recoveries, and 5 deaths. With the fake news phenomenon on…
Leader of Relay Community Network works on social distancing campaign in rural areas of D.R. Congo
In early April 2020, many remote villages away from major cities in D.R. Congo were still learning to navigate between myths and reality about COVID-19 as the country announced its first confirmed cases. That was the case in the Rutshuru…
Hundreds of families are reconnected through our work every month, often after years of searching for their missing loved ones.
Any donation will help separated families reconnect.