• Mr. Franck Viault (Head of Cooperation), Ms. Marja Daffern (Deputy Head of Finance, Contracts and Audit) and Mr. Giovanni Serritella (Programme Manager for Environment, Climate change and FLEGT-VPA) of the EU Delegation to Indonesia, Brunei Darussalam and ASEAN visited the base camp of the Elephant Patrol Unit (EPU), which is managed  and operated by LIF, at Aras Napal on Thursday, 16 April 2015. More

  • Seven of the world's rarest rhinoceroses have been found in a national park in Indonesia. This is the first time the creatures have been seen in 26 years. Deforestation is still pushing the Sumatran toward extinction.

    Hidden cameras buried deep in an Indonesian national park have snapped images of seven critically endangered Sumatran rhinos. The rhinos haven't been seen in more than a quarter of a century and conservationists had feared the Sumatran was extinct. But, six females and one male rhino are now known to live in the Mount Leuser National Park, which is on the northern tip of Sumatra. More

  • The Leuser Management Unit (LMU), while implementing the Leuser Development Programme (funded jointly by the EU and GoI), officially launched the Elephant Patrol Unit (EPU) in Aras Napal on 9 May 2000 and this was the first of its kind in Indonesia. More

  • The Conservation Response Unit (CRU) will mitigate human-elephant conflicts. This Unit has four trained elephants under the supervision of a mahout provided by the Natural Resources Conservation Agency (BKSDA). The project will support the initial cost for the infrastructure development of the CRU and also support its operational costs until 2016. The elephants will be supported and the local community will participate in monitoring wildlife conflicts and illegal forestry activities. More

  • Dr. Jamal Gawi, MES, Chairperson of the Board of Directors of Leuser International Foundation, participated in a discussion on Tigers (Wildlife Protection Series) at @america Pacific Place in Jakarta on Wednesday, 1 October 2014. More


Das Krueng Jambo Aye

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Secara geografis, DAS Jambo Aye terletak antara 4˚10’ 00” – 5˚15’ 00”LU dan 96˚45’ 00” – 97˚45’00” BT. Ditinjau dari batas topografi DAS Jambo Aye pada sebelah utara dibatasi oleh perbukitan yang memisahkannya dengan DAS Peusangan, di sebelah timur dibatasi oleh Selat malaka, di sebelah selatan dibatasi oleh perbukitan yang memisahkannya dengan DAS Peureulak Tamiang, dan di sebelah barat dibatasi oleh Bukit Barisan yang memisahkan dengan DAS Teunom Woyla.

DAS Jambo Aye dengan sungai utamanya Krueng Jambo Aye, secara administratif terletak di 5 (lima) Kabupaten di Provinsi Aceh meliputi : Kabupaten Aceh Utara, Kabupaten Aceh Timur, Kabupaten Aceh Tengah, Kabupaten Bener Meriah dan Kabupaten Gayo Lues. Dalam perkembangan penggunaan ruangnya DAS Jambo Aye mengalami masalah cukup kompleks yang berpangkal pada tekanan pertumbuhan dan perkembangan wilayah.

Nama dan Luas Sub DAS

Batas Administratif

Jenis Penggunaan dan tutupan lahan

Distribusi jenis tanah dan luasnya

Kelas lereng dan penyebarannnya

Tingkat kekritisan lahan dan penyebaran

Kelas Erosi dan penyebaran

Karakteristik Sungai-Sungai Utama

Curah Hujan