Treatment of children with Acute lymphoblastic leukemia was developing, currently in Indonesia there are several commonly used protocols such as National protocol (Jakarta), WK-LLA 2000 protocol, LLA protocol 2006 and protocol LLA 2013. The purpose of this study to determine the probability of survival 3 years In children with acute lymphoblastic leukemia between protocols 2006 and 2013. This study used a mix method of retrospective cohorts and in-depth interviews. The population in this study were LLA children aged 1–15 years who received protocol 2006 and 2013 in RSKD Jakarta from 2008–2016 is 68 children with research time from April 2016 until June 2016. Data were analyzed using Cox Regression. The result of this study shows that the 3-year survival probability of LLA remission based on the 2006 treatment protocol is 30% and the treatment protocol of 2013 is 27%. A 3-year survival event remission occurred between 2006 and 2013 treatment protocols of HR 1.57 (90% CI 0.577–4,299), but the difference between the two protocols was not statistically significant with p-value 0.456.The results of in-depth interviews were also obtained in protocols 2006 and 2013 in the same principle but there remain some differences between the both of the treatment schedule and doses are cumulatively increased. The conclusions of these two protocols are in principle the same and there is not much difference in inputs and processes.