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Bahrul Jalaali

Abstract: The COVID-19 pandemic situation is directly affecting both the health and economic sectors, especially in Indonesia. The synergy between university, community, and practitioner is needed as an effort for COVID-19 prevention and to help driving the economical sector in terms of the community service program. Sustainable development goals (SDGs) are the global actions that will be referred to as the community service program. The indicator analysis between global action and the outcomes of the community service program is performed to give further the recommendation related to the globally oriented program on solving a local problem. As a scheme of university tri dharma, SGDs based community service program has been implemented to the COVID-19 affected region, namely, a small business of convection in Wedi, Klaten, and health equipment distribution towards Wonosari hospital (RSUD). Program is evaluated in terms of ethical, social and economical dimension, yet the result intepretation is presented as well. The results of these activities have achieved the collaboration of community service activities with the mission of the SDGs on the implementation of the economy, health, and partnership sectors. Keywords COVID-19; Community Service; Sustainable Development Goals References United Nation, “Sustainable development goals”, [diakses pada 6 Mei 2020]. Sustainable development goals Indonesia, “Sustainable development goals”, [diakses pada 6 Mei 2020] Prajal Pradhan, Luis Costa, Diego Rybski, Wolfgang Lucht, Juergen P. Kropp,“A Systematic Study of Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) Interactions”, Earth’s Future, 5, 1169-1179, 2017. Jeffrey D Sachs, “From Millenium Development Goals to Sustainable Developmet Goals”, Lancet, 2012 Jan Servaes (Editor), “Sustainable Development Goals in the Asian Context”, Springer, 2017 David Griggs, “Sustainable Development Goals for People and Planet” ,Nature, Macmillan Publishers, 2013. RistekBRIN, ”Memperkuat peran perguruan tinggi”, [diakses 7 Mei 2020]. Undang-Undang Nomor 12 Tahun 2012 tentang Pendidikan Tinggi Yos Johan Utama, Ambariyanto, Muhammad Zainuri, Darsono, Budi Setyono, Widowati, Sapto Purnomo Putro, “Sustainable Development Goals as the Basis of University Management Towards Global Competitiveness”, IOP Conf. Series: Journal of Physics, 2018. Ishartono, Santoso Tri Raharjo, “Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) dan Pengentasan Kemiskinan”, Jurnal BPPK, Volume 6 no 2, 2016 Terry Porter, Jose Cordoba, “Three Views of Systems Theories and Their Implications for Sustainability Education”, Journal of Management Education, 2009. A20 MOODY'S ANALYTICS- A Briefing Exclusively for Indonesia, April 2020 Claude Villeneuve, David Tremblay, Olivier Riffon, Georges Y. Lanmafankpotin, Sylvie Bouchard, ”A Systemic Tool and Process for Sustainability Assessment”, Sustainability MDPI, 2017. Refbacks There are currently no refbacks.
Keywords: Indonesia / sustainable development goals / SDGs / https / TRI / Pada / COVID

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