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Journal Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat

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Sulistyawati Sulistyawati
Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 4, pp 187-194; doi:10.30653/002.201942.103

Abstract:HEALTH COUNSELING AND PROMOTION IN THE PREVENTION OF HYPERTENSION FOR THE COMMUNITY OF BINTARAN HAMLET, BANTUL, DIY. Hypertension is a condition of increased blood pressure in arteries that increase the cause of the heart to work more than usual to circulate blood through the blood vessels. Precautions if not properly treated will cause other diseases such as sroke. This dedication is carried out with active lectures and discussions with participants. From these activities it is known that people already know the hypertension and the way of prevention but difficult to realize in everyday life. So, in the future there should be a creative health promotion effort and target the right people/groups that can bring about change.
Silfanus Jelatu, Maria Lim, Maria Yasinta Ngoe
Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 4, pp 195-202; doi:10.30653/002.201942.134

Abstract:INTRODUCTION TO THE GEOMETRY FORM OF EARLY AGE CHILDREN AND LOW-CLASS SCHOOL THROUGH ORIGAMI. Geometry is one of the subjects of mathematics taught from elementary school to the upper secondary level and continued in college. Geometry is also a mathematical subject that has a relationship with the real world or the world that is close to students. Introducing geometry to children is not necessary when children are in formal education, but they can get closer to geometry early. Limitation of geometry that can be given to early childhood is only on form recognition. The process is different, namely by entering the world of children or the world of the play. One that is relevant to accommodating this process is origami. Therefore, the purpose of this community service activity is to introduce geometric forms to early childhood through the game of origami. This activity was carried out in the village of Urang, Kec. Melak Kab. Manggarai NTT. The method used in this PKM activity is training that begins with a presentation. The results obtained from this activity indicate a change in choosing a game, as well as the existence of basic geometric abilities that can recognize geometric shape objects.
Dwi Utami Anjarwati, Rahmawati Wulan Sari, Diyah Woro Dwi Lestari
Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 4, pp 203-210; doi:10.30653/002.201942.109

Abstract:INCREASING OF THE USE OF WISE ANTIBIOTIC IN WOMAN'S EMPOWERMENT GROUP IN THE URBAN AREA OF BANYUMAS REGENCY BY PROVIDING INTERVENTION OF KAP (KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE, PRACTICE). Unwise use of antibiotic behavior in the community contributes significantly to the increase in the incidence of antibiotic resistance. Antibiotic resistance has become a major health problem throughout the world that must receive attention both in hospitals and in the community. The purpose of this community service is as an effort to increase the use of wise antibiotics in women's empowerment groups in urban areas in Banyumas Regency by intervening Knowledge, Attitude, Practice (KAP). The target audience was an urban community group in Banyumas regency, namely all members of the Rambutan women's empowerment group located at Jl. Kalijaga, Berkoh, Purwokerto. The activities carried out for KAP intervention were knowledge transfer, and educational video included antibiotics, the wise use of antibiotics, and the dangers of antibiotic resistance. The results of the KAP intervention were measured by questionnaires containing statements from aspects of Knowledge, attitude, practice before and after KAP intervention activities. Each statement in the questionnaire was assessed with a Likert scale and tested for its validity and reliability. Data were analyzed descriptively while testing the results of questionnaires I and II were carried out by paired T-Tests. Data that can be analyzed are 39 respondents. The results of the questionnaire analysis showed an increase in KAP about antibiotic use before and after KAP interventions in women's empowerment groups in urban areas of Banyumas Regency. The article concluded that KAP intervention actions could achieve an increase in the use of wise antibiotics in women's empowerment groups in urban areas in Banyumas Regency.
Maryani Maryani, Ida Ratnasari, Nursiah Nursiah
Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 4, pp 153-162; doi:10.30653/002.201942.147

Abstract:IMPROVING THE SKILL OF FISH CULTIVATORS THROUGH HERBAL FEED MAKING TRAINING FOR FISH CULTIVATION GROUPS IN PAHANDUT SEBERANG VILLAGE, PALANGKARAYA. The fish farming business carried out by farmers is still traditional in nature, and until now it still relies on factory feed (pellets) as the main feed, besides that frequent disease outbreaks also follow it in fish cultivated in a cage due to frequent tides in the Kahayan River adding significant losses of farmers. Onion-Dayak as a typical Central Kalimantan medicinal plant contains phytochemical compounds, namely alkaloids, glycosides, flavonoids, phenolics, steroids, and tannins, which can be used as herbs. Therefore the author decided to carry out the Community Partnership Program in the form of training on making Dayak onion herbal feed to increase the knowledge and skills of fish farmers about the technique of making Onion-Dayak herbal feed for fish farming. The method used in achieving these objectives is through counseling and training activities. The results achieved after the training were that participants were able to understand and master the material about making Dayak onion herbal feed independently by utilizing raw materials around partner locations, so that fish feed needs during cultivation activities were fulfilled and did not depend on factory-made feed, and aquaculture protected from attacks diseases which ultimately can increase fish production.
Muhammad Bukhori Dalimunthe, Rosmala Dewi, Muhammad Andi Abdillah Triono, Dirga Purnama, Hendri Hendri, Fitri Yani Panggabean
Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 4, pp 163-170; doi:10.30653/002.201942.108

Abstract:IMPLEMENTATION OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF COCONUT SHELL WASTE AS AN EFFORT TO INCREASE COMMUNITY INCOME. The problems that occur in the community of Sei Paham Village are not yet optimal use of coconut, which is one of the largest coconut production villages in Sei Kepayang District. It requires the acquisition of science and technology in maximizing coconut shell waste into charcoal. The purpose of the service is to implement science and technology in processing coconut shell waste into charcoal as an effort to increase the income of the people of Sei Paham Village. The community empowerment method uses participatory learning and action to be very useful in increasing knowledge and skills by involving community participation in several ways, including: (1) analysis of the situation of potential derivative products from coconut waste; (2) able to design the charcoal combustion devices that have been produced with the service team; and (3) skilled in quality charcoal production. The results of dedication are seen in increasing income and skills in utilizing shell waste. The application of science and technology in developing the potential of shell waste also has a positive impact on the surrounding environment, this is there is no longer a coconut shell buildup because the community has been able to optimize the shell using a coconut shell combustion device to become charcoal.
Akmaludin Akmaludin, Popon Handayani, Laila Septiana
Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 4, pp 111-118; doi:10.30653/002.201942.144

Abstract:INTERNET TRAINING OF BLOG MAKING FOR TEACHERS OF HIMAPAUDI OF KEMAYORAN DISTRICT, CENTRAL JAKARTA. In the current era of Digitization 4.0, all data and information must use technology based on a fully computerized system, where output is displayed and produced in electronic form. Thus the need for internet for HIMAPAUDI Teachers is in dire need and necessary for Internet training. Especially in the case of making BLOGs. Blog creation training using Blogspot by following the rules for making Blogs. Before the training process, the pretest test was conducted, the results of which were decidedly less than expected. After going through the training process, participants were asked to fill out instrumentation in the form of a questionnaire, and the results were processed using the direct rating method, method combined with pure mathematics, using five variables and 10 question indicators, it turns out the results obtained using a combination of these two methods give the predicate value very well and through the graphic line the results are scoring 87.27. Thus it can be said that there is an increase in learning outcomes through this training. Thus the training process can provide a significant improvement in the achievement of the progress of HIMAPAUDI teachers in the Kemayoran District, Central Jakarta.
Much Ilham Novalisa Aji Wibowo
Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 4, pp 137-144; doi:10.30653/002.201942.165

Abstract:EMPOWERMENT OF AISYIYAH BRANCH MEMBERS OF GRENDENG IN THE IDENTIFICATION OF INSTANT TRADITIONAL HERBAL MEDICINE SECURITY. Drug chemicals are still found in some instant powder herbal products even though BPOM has carried out its supervisory duties. The drug chemicals in instant herbal mixtures are selling points for unscrupulous manufacturers of traditional medicines because they offer an instant effect over claims of synthetic chemical drugs. The harmful effects of consuming traditional medicines containing medicinal chemicals are felt after 5 to 10 years later with the emergence of various disease conditions resulting from the addition of medicinal chemicals to herbal medicine. One effort to suppress the circulation of herbal medicine with drug chemical is to increase public knowledge in various ways. The activity is an effort to empower the community in identifying safe and legal Instant Traditional Herbal Medicine. Empowerment activities in this service activity are carried out in 5 stages with three main stages, namely the first lecture, which aims to increase public awareness and alertness about Jamu. The second activity is Group Teaching to add knowledge and information intensively in small groups. The third activity is Self Empowering in order to increase the independence of the community to solve the security problems of Traditional Herbal Medicine through training and peer teaching. The science and technology application program for the community can significantly improve partner knowledge based on the Paired T-test statistical test (P < 0.05). It can be concluded that after IbM activities, partners can choose excellent and right herbs based on the provisions of BPOM RI. Partners can distinguish herbal products, standardized herbal medicines, and phytopharmaca. Partners can find out how to use good and right herbs. Knowledge of partners after this activity increased significantly (P < 0.05) from the knowledge category to less good knowledge.
Guntoro Guntoro, Lisnawita Lisnawita, Muhamad Sadar
Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 4, pp 223-230; doi:10.30653/002.201942.105

Abstract:TRAINING OF HEALTHY AND SAFE INTERNET FOR STUDENTS OF MASMUR VOCATIONAL SCHOOL, PEKANBARU. Internet technology is a tool that can be used by the younger generation to do creativity and innovation. The internet can be used to find information, pictures, entertainment, music, and lessons. Besides the internet has a positive impact, the internet also has a negative side, including sexual harassment, pornography, online game addiction, and violence. The method of implementing this service is distributing questionnaires before giving material, giving material about the whole internet, demonstrating useful internet applications, distributing questionnaires after giving material, distributing leaflets about healthy internet and evaluating the implementation of service activities. The results of this service activity are (1) the suitable internet training has been carried out by the desired target, and the training participants get motivation, knowledge, and insights about ICT and use of the internet healthily and safely. (2) Knowing information about the impact of internet use both from the positive and negative sides. (3) Students of Pekanbaru Masmur Vocational School can develop self-skills through the internet. (4) With the existence of proper internet training, it is expected to avoid the dangers of the internet from the negative side. (5) Find out tips on how to surf healthily and safely. (6) Based on the evaluation, participants understand the material that has been delivered and agree to the use of healthy and safe internet.
R Agus Budiharto, Laili Amalia, Fujiono Fujiono
Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 4, pp 129-136; doi:10.30653/002.201942.125

Abstract:USING VISUAL LITERACY THROUGH IMAGES TO MOTIVATE STUDENTS TO LEARN ENGLISH. Existing in an image-rich world, as school students currently experience, does not mean that they naturally possess right visual literacy aptitudes as when they see an object (such as a picture), they just see what they see, they do not possess a considerable capability to understand, interpret, discover a meaning from an object or information they see. For that reason, students are supposed to possess visual literacy to perform that. Given the importance of utilizing visual literacy through a picture to motivate students in learning English, the writer of this article has the initiative to carry out community service to first-grade students of MTS Qurrotul Uyun. This community service discusses the utilization of visual literacy through colored pictures as a pedagogical tool, which can provide a precious and motivating resource for the students to learn English. The result of this community service suggests that English learning through colored pictures is potential to make the MTS Qurrotul Uyun first grade students motivated in learning pronunciation, speaking, and grammar. They feel that English learning through colored pictures in the classroom is more appealing and pleasurable as the pictures can both catch their mind attention and facilitate them to learn. Moreover, the colored pictures can make the MTS Qurrotul Uyun first grade students motivated and more involved actively in English learning.
Soni Muhsinin, Deden Indra Dinata, Ivan Andriansyah, Aiyi Asnawi
Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 4, pp 179-186; doi:10.30653/002.201942.110

Abstract:INCREASING OF HOUSEWIVES POTENTIAL IN PROCESSING DOMESTIC ORGANIC WASTE BY USING TAKAKURA METHOD IN CIBIRU WETAN VILLAGE, BANDUNG REGENCY. Domestic waste (DW) is a major environmental challenge for many urban local bodies in Indonesia both in the village and in the city, where urbanization, industrialization and economic growth have resulted in increased waste generation per person. One way to solve this waste is to turn organic domestic into compost. Composting, the recycling of organic waste such as vegetation and food waste reduces the amount of waste going to landfill and is, therefore, a rapidly growing sector. Desa Cibiru Wetan, Kab. Bandung, West Java is one of the villages that has learned about how to process organic waste into compost and become a pilot project but because of the distance between raw materials and management with compost incubator so that compost production is disturbed. Therefore, the purpose of the project activity was to produce compost from domestic organic waste by the Takakura method. In this method, a small incubator was used and placed at the home of the community. Although on a small scale but with many multipliers, it able to produce an abundant compost and can be an alternative for the existing compost incubator method. The stage included counseling and socialization, training in making incubator Takakura, training in production compos,t and monitoring and evaluation. The results showed a good understanding of both groups for both the socialization and counseling stages as well as for the practice of production of compost. In conclusion, the activity on the production of compost by using Takakura method able was to solved for domestic organic waste and remind set the interest of the community in producing compost.
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