About Us

Yayasan Titian Lestari is an independent non-profit organization, whose function is to encourage natural resource management that ensures the sustainability of ecosystems to support livelihood resources with the community, the private sector and the government through best natural resource management practices and community empowerment with a national scope of work with funding sources coming from independent businesses, funding institutions, contributions from parties that are not binding and not involved in the environment, and the results of corruption.

Internal Vision

Titian as a leading organization that is credible in realizing the best natural resource management practices with the community.

External Vision

The realization of a wise and fair natural resource conservation that takes into account and involves the interests of all parties.


  • Conduct studies and development of concepts and practices in natural resource management that ensure the sustainability of ecosystems to support livelihoods.
  • Strengthening the community, especially vulnerable groups in the management of natural resources, which ensures the sustainability of ecosystems to support their livelihoods.
  • Encouraging law enforcement and improving policies in the management of natural resources in Indonesia to achieve good natural resource governance

To make Titian an institution that has a firm attitude and commitment to ecosystem sustainability to support livelihoods, and is able to develop innovations in natural resource management based on valid data and information

ASAP Species That We Work On

What We Do

Currently we are focused on monitoring the circulation of wild wildlife, in which the species of ASAP are also the focus of the ASAP species, namely the Bornean orangutan, pangolin, and turtle egg trade in West Kalimantan. Yayasan Titian Lestari also focuses on disseminating information and awareness campaigns to the wider community about wildlife protection. In addition, the Titian Lestari Foundation is currently focusing on finding information about the habitat and population of the Sumatran rhino in the West Kalimantan region.

Where We Work

West Kalimantan, Indonesia

Contact Details

Jl. Parit H. Husin II, Bangka Belitung Darat, Kec. Pontianak Tenggara, Kota Pontianak, Kalimantan Barat 78111, Indonesia

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