About Us

The Integrated Rimba Lestari Alliance (ALeRT) is a non-profit organization that was established on December 17, 2009 in Way Kambas, Lampung and focuses on nature conservation efforts.

Since its establishment, ALeRT has started conservation efforts through restoration activities on degraded areas, supporting efforts to tackle forest fires and conducting public awareness efforts, as well as sustainable and equitable use of nature through a special interest ecotourism program in Way Kambas National Park.


Over time, through several existing funding supports, to realize its vision & mission, ALeRT has also taken part in various nature conservation efforts such as surveys & monitoring of the Sumatran rhinoceros through direct surveys and using camera traps in collaboration with the Way Kambas National Park Office (BTNWK ), helping rescue, building a sanctuary and caring for the Pahu rhino at the Kelian Rhinoceros Sanctuary with the East Kalimantan Natural Resources Conservation Agency (BKSDA), assisting in the construction of a rhino sanctuary in Gunung Leuser National Park (TNGL), and supporting the preservation of the Javan rhinoceros with the Park Authority Ujung Kulon National Park (TNUK).


The vision of the Integrated Forest Conservation Alliance (ALeRT) is:

To play an active role in realizing sustainable and just biodiversity and its ecosystems in Indonesia through a holistic ecological approach based on science and technology that benefits society.


The mission of the Integrated Forest Conservation Alliance (ALeRT) Association is as follows:
  1. Support population management efforts for the preservation of protected wild animals,
  2. Support efforts to secure and protect protected wild animal habitats,
  3. Implement degraded ecosystem recovery programs in protected wildlife habitats,
  4. Increase the institutional capacity of ALeRT to support habitat conservation programs and protect protected wildlife,
  5. Developing a sustainable natural resource (SDA) utilization model with ecotourism activities and the utilization of non-timber forest products (NTFPs) through an empowerment program so that they can play an active role in preserving animals and their ecosystems,
  6. Encouraging the mainstreaming of conservation values through awareness programs and actions for habitat conservation and protection of protected wildlife, and
  7. Conduct persuasive communication by influencing policies to create better management of habitat conservation and protection of protected wild animals.