Astarte enhances access to quality reproductive health services by fostering leaders in communities affected by crisis.
Astarte began in 1995, the same year that the Reproductive Health for Refugees (now the Reproductive Health Response in Conflict ) Consortium was founded. Astarte was established to increase the number of organizations providing quality reproductive health services in crisis areas.
Managed by JSI Research & Training Institute Inc., the Astarte project has built a vision which we still uphold today: To increase access to comprehensive reproductive health care for those displaced by war. We believe an integral part in doing so is to strengthen leaders and local organizations on the ground.