The conflict between tigers (Panthera tigris sumatrae) and humans in Protected Forest Areas, especially Aceh, has recently increased. This condition poses a risk threat to the community in the Kluet Watershed, East Kluet District. This study aims (1) to determine the level of risk of conflict between tigers and humans and (2) to determine the mitigation carried out in the Village of East Kluet District. The method used is direct observation, interviews, and documentation. The research sample was taken by purposive sampling. Research approach with quantitative descriptive approach. Analysis of the data used in this study is to use the formula for disaster (disorder), the percentage formula, and the formula for categorization criteria. The results of this study are the high risk level in Durian Kawan Village (78.11%) and Lawe Sawah Village (81.59%), while the moderate risk level in Paya Dapur Village (56.84%). The mitigation carried out by the community is still not effective and further mitigation needs to be carried out according to the standards of the Ministry of Forestry. The conclusion of this research is that the level of risk of tiger-human conflict that occurs in Durian Kawan and Lawe Sawah villages is in the high category, while Paya Dapur village is in the medium category, and the mitigation carried out by the community is using self-defense tools such as machetes, bamboo, ambong (a type of backpack). ), reporting in the event of an incident, holding farm animals, having a history of closeness with tigers based on local wisdom, inviting village elders to live side by side with tigers, and reducing taking experts on forest area functions on a large scale.