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Ari Pebru Nurlaily, Meri Oktariani, Anestasia Pangestu Mei Tyas
Darmabakti Cendekia: Journal of Community Service and Engagements, Volume 3, pp 29-32; https://doi.org/10.20473/dc.v3.i1.2021.29-32

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Background: Many elderly convey blood sugar often up and down due to lack of attention to their diet. The condition became urgent because the elderly had previously died from complications accompanied by diabetic ulcers. In the posyandu area of wonorejo healthy elderly, DM disease is one of the diseases that are quite widely suffered by its citizens. Objective: The DSME education program for cadres and the elderly at Posyandu Wonorejo aims to increase knowledge and prevent diabetes complications. Method: This DSME program was conducted in four sessions, namely, session 1 discussing basic knowledge about DM (definition, etiology, classification, etiology, clinical manifestations, diagnosis, prevention, treatment, complications), session 2 discussing DM management including nutrition/diet arrangements, and physical activities/exercises that can be done, session 3 discussing foot care and stress management; and session 4 discusses the prevention of chronic and acute complications, and the patient's access to health care facilities. Results: There was an increase in knowledge and prevention of diabetes complications up to 93,75% after this activity was conducted.. Conclusion: The program is optimally implemented.
, Retno Sri Wahjuni, Miyayu Soneta Sofyan
Darmabakti Cendekia: Journal of Community Service and Engagements, Volume 3, pp 24-28; https://doi.org/10.20473/dc.v3.i1.2021.24-28

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Background: The beef cattle farming in Tuban area is mostly on a small scale and traditionally maintained. In general, the nutritional adequacy of the animal feed provided is not optimal, while the potential for livestock in the area is quite large. There are still few breeders who provide concentrates on the grounds that the high costs incurred so that the weight growth of beef cattle is still not optimal. Bolus Temulawak is an animal feed substitute for concentrate with temulawak as an additive. Objective: This activity aims to strengthen the economy of beef cattle farmers through the introduction, dissemination, and transfer of temulawak bolus technology as an alternative feed with sufficient nutritional value for beef cattle so that daily weight gain can be maximized. Methods: This activity held towards community empowerment such as coaching related to feed and livestock health by FGD (Focus Group Discussion) followed by training on making Bolus Temulawak and application of Bolus Temulawak to beef cattle. Evaluation of this activity is pre and post test of community service participants, as well as body weight measurement of beef cattle before and after being given Bolus Temulawak. Results: The results of this community service are an increase in daily body weight of beef cattle, as well as an increase in the knowledge and skills of community service participants. Conclusion: Community service activities have a positive impact on the development of beef cattle farms in partner areas.
, , Rimuljo Hendradi, Fitri Retrialisca, Roslinda Salim
Darmabakti Cendekia: Journal of Community Service and Engagements, Volume 3, pp 19-23; https://doi.org/10.20473/dc.v3.i1.2021.19-23

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Background: Maintaining student motivation, involvement and consistency in a learning process is a challenge that must be faced by teachers / educators. Especially during the COVID-19 pandemic, this limits learning activities in online form. Teachers / educators need additional skills to be able to manage classes, deliver material and maintain student motivation. Objective: This community service aims to improve the skills of teachers / educators to provide interactive learning and evaluation media based on game learning. Methods: The methods used in this community service activity were training and focus group discussions. Furthermore, the participants prepared the Kahoot quiz material independently according to the subjects they were teaching them. Result: The result of this training activity is an increase in the skills of teachers / educators in mastering Kahoot, and an increase in teacher / educator understanding of the Kahoot material. This can be seen from the occasional increase of 15.97% after the training was completed. The training participants were satisfied with the implementation of the training as evidenced by filling out the feedback questionnaire, with a satisfaction score above 3.5 out of 4. Conclusion: This community service has a positive impact on skills and understanding related to the use of Kahoot for interactive learning and evaluation media.
Dessy Harisanty, , , Endang Fitriyah Mannan, Esti Putri Anugrah, Muhammad Rifky Nurpratama,
Darmabakti Cendekia: Journal of Community Service and Engagements, Volume 3, pp 33-37; https://doi.org/10.20473/dc.v3.i1.2021.33-37

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Background: In the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic situation, hoax news emerged which often caused people to panic and make wrong decisions. The emergence of this hoax is because many people are not literate with information, so they trust all the information that is circulating. People also do not have social awareness to filter the information they get. Objective: This article aims to present the results of the socialization of digital literacy education to anticipate hoax news. Method: The method used in this community service is to provide socialization on the dangers of hoaxes and literacy education digital to anticipate hoax news, then explain how to search for valid and accurate information. Results: The result of this community service activity was an increase in public understanding of how to find valid and accurate Covid-19 information / news. As well as people's understanding of how to differentiate between true and false information about Covid-19. Conclusion: This community service activity has a positive impact on increasing public understanding of the spread of Covid-19 news on the internet.
Annisa Amalia, Sari Defi Okzelia, Fajar Amirullah, Ristiana Kusumawinahyu, Dina Wahyu Pratiwi, Siti Mar'Atun
Darmabakti Cendekia: Journal of Community Service and Engagements, Volume 3, pp 1-6; https://doi.org/10.20473/dc.v3.i1.2021.1-6

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Background: Food safety and quality studied by BPOM Indonesia in 2008-2011 showed that around 48% of hazardous substances are found in snacks of elementary school children. Throughout 2012, this percentage increased to 66.7%. Cases of chemical contamination that are still frequently found are the use of additives such as formaldehyde, borax and rhodamine B. Lack of supervision and education to children causes the possibility of consuming dangerous foods to be large thus increasing the risk to health. Objective: This activity was conducted to improve understanding, knowledge and awareness of the community, especially students about the risk of using hazardous additives in snacks. Method: Stages of community service activities include: (1) Pre-activity; (2) Implementation; and (3) Evaluation. The method used was a combination of community education and demonstration. In the core of the activity, there were three sub-activities implemented. Results: An increase in understanding hazardous additives in snacks for students was achieved. It was known that the sample circulating around school did not contain rhodamine B and borax. Futhermore, students can practice one simple way to implement clean and healthy living. Conclusion: The program provided an increase in understanding and awareness of hazardous additives in snacks for students.
Endang Kusdarjanti, Okti Setyowati, Sujati Sujati
Darmabakti Cendekia: Journal of Community Service and Engagements, Volume 3, pp 13-18; https://doi.org/10.20473/dc.v3.i1.2021.13-18

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Background: Since time immemorial the existence of dental artisans has been neglected, even though many members of the community are involved as consumers of existing dental artisans. The dental artisans at Resik Village, Sambeng sub-district, Lamongan City do not yet know the dangers of cross infection when making dentures and how to do to prevent it. Objective: This activity aims to increase the awareness of dental artisans to avoid cross-infection between dental artisans and consumers. Method: This activity for the Resik Village community was carried out in the form of socialization to dental artisan partners, demonstrations on how to use disinfectant materials to dental artisans, as well as evaluation and monitoring of programs in the field. Results: This activity program was attended by 40 dental artisan participants where only 10 participants participated face-to-face due to the Covid 19 pandemic. Thirty other participants were given a video socialization of the activity. Disinfection socialization activities were carried out in 2 ways, namely disinfection by immersing teeth in a disinfectant solution and by dipping the teeth in a disinfectant solution. spray method. Conclusion: The participants gained additional knowledge about cross-infection, the consequences of these infections, and how to carry out disinfection when making dentures.
Suryani Suryani, Loly Subhiaty Idrus, Ruslin Ruslin,
Darmabakti Cendekia: Journal of Community Service and Engagements, Volume 3, pp 7-12; https://doi.org/10.20473/dc.v3.i1.2021.7-12

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Background: Transmission of COVID-19 developed rapidly until the World Health Organization (WHO) established a pandemic status on COVID-19 since March 11, 2020. Various of government efforts in the context of prevention and treatment have been carried out including lockdowns decisision, social distancing and new normal was currently carried out. Objective: This community service activity aims as an effort to increase the knowledge and awareness of South Konawe communities to prevent and fight covid-19 by clean and healthy living behaviors. Method: The implementation of this activity using socialization and persuasive communication online methods via social media instagram and youtube and offline method performed in two categories, small-scale and large-scale at South Konawe. These community service activities are outlined in 4 main programs, GERMAS (Healthy Living Community Movement), GEMAS (Community Movement Using Masks), socialization about TOGA (Family Medicinal Plants), antiseptics and disinfectants. Results: The result of this program is increasing public knowledges about how to improve the immune system, such as consuming nutritious food, consuming herbs which can be processed into an infusion or decocta preparations as well as understand the importance of implementing about prevention of covid-19 in daily life, such wearing masks, antiseptics, and disinfectants and washing hand correctly. Conclusion: This community service activity really helped increase the knowledge and awareness of the community of South Konawe to prevent and fight the corona virus.
Rini Hamsidi, Dwi Setiani Sumardiko, Ilkafah Ilkafah, Edith Frederika Puruhito, Ratna Wahyuni, Maya Septriana, Myrna Adianti, Ario Imandiri, Taufiqurrahman Sidqi
Darmabakti Cendekia: Journal of Community Service and Engagements, Volume 2, pp 76-79; https://doi.org/10.20473/dc.v2.i2.2020.76-79

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Background: The corona virus pandemic (COVID-19) is spreading rapidly in a number of countries, including Indonesia. In order to deal with the increasingly widespread COVID-19, the government has established health and safety protocols by staying at home and maintaining distance, washing hands frequently with soap with running water or using hand sanitizers and increasing the body's immune system. One way to increase the immune system is through the use of Family Medicinal Plants (TOGA). Purpose: Transfer of knowledge and technology to An Nisaa 'study group partners through counseling on the use of TOGA by using appropriate technology to produce natural Hand Sanitizer products and instant herbal empon-empon in powder form which makes it easier to use daily. Methods: Methods of extension (lectures and discussions), training and mentoring using the Good Traditional Medicine Manufacturing Method (CPOTB) in producing natural Hand Sanitizer products and instant herbal medicine. Results: The expected result of this program is the use of TOGA by the community, especially partners to produce immune system-enhancing herbal products that are safe and can be stored for a long time to maintain health, especially families during the COVID 19 pandemic. Conclusion: This program increased knowledge and the skills of the An Nisaa 'Rungkut recitation group seen from the enthusiasm and ability of the participants in following and practicing the making of herbal medicine and hand sanitizers.
Annis Catur Adi, Mahmud Aditya Rifqi, Deandra Ardya Regitasari, Vidya Anggarini Rahmasari, Wizara Salisa, Heni Rachmawati
Darmabakti Cendekia: Journal of Community Service and Engagements, Volume 2, pp 66-69; https://doi.org/10.20473/dc.v2.i2.2020.66-69

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Background:The development of agro-industry in Indonesia remains facing many obstacles. In addition to the environmental wasteproblem, the low ability to process products leads to their low added value, as faced bypineapple agro-industry associationin Barokah Agro Lestari (BAL). This community service activity is important to improve beneficial and economical value of pineapple agro-industry. Purpose: This activity aims to reduce the environmental burdenof pineapple agro-industry by product by implementing technology to give its added value as well as providing a healthy snack alternative for society. Method: This community service activity is carried out through counseling, training and education related to waste product of pineapple. These activities included the preparation phase, the selection of organic waste of pineapple, bioactive component testing, testing of nutrients and food formulation. Results:The community service program was conducted at PT Karya Masyarakat Mandiri in Subang District and attended by 30 pineapple farmers from Cirangkong village, gathered in Barokah Agro Lestari (BAL). Training was done by administering stages of activity systemically, exposure of the material using visual methods, cooking demonstration for the training activities of processing and product development. Conclusion: Community service activities and training in processing the pineapple stem waste can be a means of empowering local communities. Processing organic waste into food products help improving the community skills and motivation for business development through organic waste treatment.
Ratna Azis Prasetyo, Septi Ariadi, Udji Asiyah
Darmabakti Cendekia: Journal of Community Service and Engagements, Volume 2, pp 62-65; https://doi.org/10.20473/dc.v2.i2.2020.62-65

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Background: Gedog batik weaving in Kerek District to become one of the regional superior products that started local development. The MEA era and the industrial revolution 4.0 provide challenges for these creative economies to survive amid increasingly fierce global competition. One of them is by comparison with the shift of consumer tastes. UMKM are those who become Gedog batik weavers who do not understand customer satisfaction at present, which emphasizes the value of goods purchased according to the value used first. UMKM also specializes in mastering digital technology as a marketing medium. Purpose: For this reason, community adoption activities for training and mentoring for batik UMKM participants in making branding to respond to customer convenience and increasing marketing of digital-based products for solutions that support partnerships. Methods: Community service methods are carried out by providing training and practicum on product branding and digital-based marketing for business entrepreneurs or batik artisans. Results: The result of these activity participants who initially did not understand the transition of consumers became aware of the need to do the branding of a digital-based product and marketing. Conclusion: Partners get increased knowledge and skills in digital-based batik marketing to respond to shifting consumer tastes.
Nuzulul Kusuma Putri, Diansanto Prayoga, Syifaul Lailiyah, Ernawaty Ernawaty
Darmabakti Cendekia: Journal of Community Service and Engagements, Volume 2, pp 70-75; https://doi.org/10.20473/dc.v2.i2.2020.70-75

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Background: As of December 2018, BPJS Kesehatan has received application from 4,909 people to be registered as non-contribution assistance beneficiary (PBPU) through Gandrung JKN. Number of people to be registered to BPJS as non-contribution assistance beneficiary (PBPU) tends to fluctuate every month and tends to be stagnant in several districts, including in Licin Subdistrict. Most of people in Licin Subdistrict also not familiar with Gandrung JKN program. Objective: This student-community partnership is carried out to minimize the gap in community knowledge about what JKN is and the procedure to be registered in JKN scheme. Method: The role of students in the effort to introduce and register the community in JKN was designed by bringing the community closer to the Banyuwangi Gandrung Program. This community service consists of three stages, including activities in provisioning the students and health cadres about JKN and Gandrung JKN, direct socialization by students in the Licin subdistrict community, and efforts to provide closer access of community to BPJS Kesehatan. Results: The debriefing in the first stage was given directly by the Banyuwangi Branch BPJS Kesehatan to increase students' knowledge of JKN. Students then successfully carried out direct socialization to the Licin subdistrict community. Three villages were successfully accompanied and performed a high level of participation in the socialization session. Community service has also succeeded in bringing people closer to BPJS Kesehatan. Conclusion: The information conveyed in this activity was well received by the community because it was tailor-made according to the information needed by each family. Student assistance sharpens students' ability to communicate and understand JKN. Although the assistance succeeded in increasing the community's knowledge, in the short term it did not significantly increase the desire to register to become a JKN participant.
Novyandri Taufik Bahtera, Hanifiyah Yuliatul Hijriah, Himmatul Kholidah
Darmabakti Cendekia: Journal of Community Service and Engagements, Volume 2, pp 46-50; https://doi.org/10.20473/dc.v2.i2.2020.46-50

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Background: Strengthening of economic added value in overcoming the problem of poverty in Sidoarjo Regency through the participation of community organizations, one of which is the Muhammadiyah organization through fostering micro-businesses. But apparently there are still problems faced by most members of micro entrepreneurs who are incorporated in the form of inadequate abilities from the aspect of insight and skills. Purpose: This activity aims to increase the capacity of these micro entrepreneurs through a training in the field of financial administration records and product marketing Methods: The method used contains active training, discussion, and practice by organizing workshops and training in financial administration and tax development, and also implementation of practicing online marketing development training with the latest technology such as the use of e-commerce. Results: Micro entrepreneurs have gained insights and abilities in managing business financial administration, taxation for micro entrepreneurs and digital marketing. Conclusion: Partners can improve business competitiveness through increased skills related to the preparation of financial administration, micro business tax literacy and increased marketing through digital marketing.
Junairiah Junairiah, Tri Nurhariyati, Listijani Suhargo
Darmabakti Cendekia: Journal of Community Service and Engagements, Volume 2, pp 58-61; https://doi.org/10.20473/dc.v2.i2.2020.58-61

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Background: Keputih Village is located in eastern Surabaya. The boundary of this village is the river. Areas on the river banks are overgrown with wild plants and poorly maintained. One way to overcome the dysfunctional land around the river is by cultivating medicinal plants with verticulture techniques. Purpose: The implementation of this program is to overcome the dysfunctional land around the Keputih Village’s river by cultivating medicinal plants in verticulture techniques and provide training in the manufacture of herbal products from the cultivation of medicinal plants and provide financial management training to the local residents. Methods: This activity was carried out in 4 stages. Phase I was training in making pots and verticulture shelves as well as planting medicinal plants, Phase II was mentoring in the field, Phase III was training on making herbal products from plants and training on simple bookkeeping, Phase IV was product display. Results: Based on the results of this training showed that the knowledge of the participants related to the training material has increased which shown from the results of the posttest with average of 79,31 and product display. Conclusion: In this activity, beside gaining knowledge, participants can apply this knowledge to increase family income.
Dwiyanti Feriana Ratwita
Darmabakti Cendekia: Journal of Community Service and Engagements, Volume 2, pp 51-57; https://doi.org/10.20473/dc.v2.i2.2020.51-57

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Background: Sometimes the artificial teeth break or fracture, so then the patient asks the dentist to repair it. The dentist will then send the denture to be repaired by a dental technician in the dental laboratory. The transfer of work is likely to pose a risk of cross infection (for example: AIDS, hepatitis, tuberculosis, pneumonia and herpes. Objective: To transfer knowledge and technology of dentistry based on community needs objectively to obtain a strong foundation in carrying out health management of dental technicians . Implementation Method: Providing counseling to dental technicians on how to use disinfection materials and using props accompanied by interactive discussion Results: Implementation this programs is conducted at 2 locations in the city of Malang and Kediri Counseling is done by providing knowledge about how to disinfect dentures using chlorhexidine material by spraying it on the entire surface of the denture. Conclusion: The counseling activity which was held for a day received good reception from the participants.The dedication report was prepared to be a reference material in raising awareness of t dental technicians who work in dental laboratories to avoid cross-infection when doing denture repair
Raditya Sukmana, Rahmat Heru Setianto, Gancar Candra Premananto, Shochrul Rohmatul Ajija
Darmabakti Cendekia: Journal of Community Service and Engagements, Volume 2, pp 26-29; https://doi.org/10.20473/dc.v2.i1.2020.26-29

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Background: The image of fishermen so far is a group of people classified as poor. One effort to reduce poverty is to revive the microenterprise economy through cooperatives and utilize waqf funds as an alternative source of financing for microbusinesses. The Mining and Cumpat Fishermen Group of Kenjeran District in Surabaya City has now received capital injections from productive endowments in their cooperatives. However, another problem arises from productive waqf there, the waqf that is collected is not as much as what is needed by the person. Purpose: This service program is expected to produce an outcome that is a blockchain based application that can facilitate endowments and willingness. Thus it is expected to help increase the capital of the Fishermen and Cumpat Fishermen Group, Kenjeran District, Surabaya City. Method: This service program used a participatory method whereby the companion was also involved in the application business process. In addition, the companion also asked for active participation from the mauquf alaih to provide detailed information about his business. Thus, the facilitators could promote to the prospective waqf to channel the endowment funds. Results: This assistance program produced a waqf application with blockchain technology that can be accessed on waqf.network. Conclusion: This program was considered effective in growing trust in the distribution of waqf funds. In addition, maukuf alaih also makes it easier to get investors in developing their businesses.
Suryani Suryani, L.O.M Fitrawan, Waode Sukmawati Arsyad, Rina Andriani, Rini Hamsidi
Darmabakti Cendekia: Journal of Community Service and Engagements, Volume 2, pp 4-8; https://doi.org/10.20473/dc.v2.i1.2020.4-8

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Background: The problem of rational use of drugs in the community, especially among students, still not many know or still lack of knowledge. The careful echo is a joint effort of the government and the community through a series of activities in realizing the awareness, awareness, understanding and community skills in using drugs appropriately and correctly. Purpose: This activity aims as an effort to improve understanding, knowledge and awareness of the community, especially students about the use of appropriate and correct medicines by providing training in the skills to choose and use drugs properly for self-medication so that drug abuse does not occur as a manifestation of the Program of Echoing Careful. Method: The method to be used in increasing knowledge was the Active Learning method (CBIA). This method was an educational model of community empowerment to be more skilled in choosing drugs so that self-medication becomes more effective, safe, and cost-effective. Results: The result of this program was an increase in student understanding of the types of drugs, forms of drug preparation, and independence in choosing, obtaining, using, storing, and destroying / disposing of drugs correctly and appropriately. Conclusion: The Schematic Echoes Program (GeMa CerMat) increased student knowledge about rational use of drugs and self-medication (Swamedikasi) through how to properly manage drugs, use and choose drugs correctly, and or how to see their efficacy and side effects.
Siska Evi Martina
Darmabakti Cendekia: Journal of Community Service and Engagements, Volume 2, pp 1-3; https://doi.org/10.20473/dc.v2.i1.2020.1-3

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Background: Dementia is a syndrome due to brain disease, usually chronic or progressive and there is a dysfunction of noble function. The most common type of dementia is alzheimer’s dementia. Purpose: Improving the capability of caregiver for taking care people living with dementia. Method: The method used in this community engagement was coaching and training for caregivers who are generally families of the elderly with dementia. Caregiver is also taught about treatments and strategies that can be taken to meet the elderly’s daily needs. Demonstrations are also carried out on some care techniques for the elderly that are often not understood by caregiver. Result: The 15 participants who were present were all very active and enthusiastic involved during the activity. All participants were able to follow the activity well and gave many questions they had never known. Participants were able to demonstrate several techniques for treating people with dementia. The results of the questionnaire showed 100% of participants understood about dementia and dementia care. Conclusion: This activity could be regular program for improving capability of caregiver for taking care people living with dementia.
Anisah Ardiana, Alfid Tri Afandi, Ardiyan Dwi Masaid, Ninna Rohmawati
Darmabakti Cendekia: Journal of Community Service and Engagements, Volume 2, pp 9-14; https://doi.org/10.20473/dc.v2.i1.2020.9-14

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Background: Stunting is a problem that cannot be considered ordinary. Short toddlers (stunting) can occur due to poor nutrition and nutritional intake and lack of knowledge about stunting. Purpose: Transferring knowledge about how to prevent and manage stunting or short toddlers. Method: counseling and empowering health cadres by using tools such as LCD projectors and using leaflets and interactive discussions. Results: The implementation of this activity included advice and health cadre assistance in conducting health education to the community. Counseling for health cadres was done first to increase cadre knowledge. After that, support was given to health cadres to lead health education to the community around the village. Conclusion: After conducting mentoring activities on health cadres, which was a village program under the guidance of the University of Jember, it could increase the knowledge and motivation of cadres in conducting health education in the context of preventing and managing stunting infants.
Maurisia Putri Permatasari, Annysa Endriastuti
Darmabakti Cendekia: Journal of Community Service and Engagements, Volume 2, pp 30-37; https://doi.org/10.20473/dc.v2.i1.2020.30-37

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Background: This community service is a follow up of community service in Kecamatan Sumberrejo in 2017 and is expected to be the first step to preparing the launching of the bamboo tourism village in Kecamatan Sumberrejo. Purpose: This community service aims to provide solutions for problems faced by partners, preparation for launching and planning the right promotional mix to attract consumers’ interest in the newly formed educational tourism in Kecamatan Sumberrejo. Method: Assistance by the team to partners through counseling, training, and practical assistance. In addition, worksheets have been provided to monitor partner activities and measure the effectiveness of the training. Result: The pre-test and post-test results illustrate an increase in partner knowledge regarding the promotion mix. Conclusion: The material delivered by the team was able to be well understood by partners and partners’ knowledge and interest in marketing through the promotion mix increased.
Riries Rulaningtyas, Abidah Alfi Maritsa, Weni Endahing Warni, Soegianto Soelistiono, Khusnul Ain, Amirul Amalia, Aji Sapta Pramulen, Yusrinourdi Muhammad Zuchruf, Hanif Assyarify, Miranda Syafira Widyananda, et al.
Darmabakti Cendekia: Journal of Community Service and Engagements, Volume 2, pp 38-45; https://doi.org/10.20473/dc.v2.i1.2020.38-45

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Background: Posyandu is one of the Indonesian government’s attempt in order to monitor and improve the health and life quality of the community, especially infant. However, the implementation of Posyandu is facing some issues such as low effectiveness and low accuracy during the data collecting process of the infant’s growth and development. Purpose: This study aims to develop an automatic telehealth care product in order to help to increase the effectivity and accuracy in the implementation of Posyandu. Methods: (1) Development of the Telehealth Care Posyandu Application, (2) Implementation of the application in the form of social service program. Result: (1) “Toddler” Telehealth Care Application based in Android and ICT was buith with artificial intelligence of Decision Tree and Random Forest method. Program testing was done with 97.89% accuration score from total 85 infant’s growth data. While from 47 questionnaire data of infant’s development, accuracy score of 83.33% was obtained. (2) Target’s respond on the Telehealth Care Posyandu Application shown the status of “Very Satistified” based on the score of 81% from the satisfaction survey. The satisfaction survey covered three aspects which are: System, User, and Interaction. Conclusion: “Toddler” Telehealth Care Posyandu Application was proven to has high accuracy, sensitivity, and sensitivity score and also resulted in “Very Satisfied” user respond.
Upik Dyah Eka Noviyanti, Nuruddin Nuruddin
Darmabakti Cendekia: Journal of Community Service and Engagements, Volume 2, pp 20-25; https://doi.org/10.20473/dc.v2.i1.2020.20-25

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Background: Arosbaya Limestone Hill has now become one of the alternative developing tourist attractions in Madura. The shape of the hill that has sculptures from the rest of the limestone quarry with unique shapes and the red color of the hill blushed into a uniqueness that invited many tourists to this destination. Besides that, its location is easily accessible and not far from other tourist destinations, namely the grave religious site of the Bangkalan Kings “Mother’s Tears” which incidentally are already well-known making the potential of this destination developed quite large. Purpose: The purpose of this activity is to increase the understanding and ability of both managers and residents around the Arobi Kapur Hill attractions in Berbeluk Village Arosbaya District Bangkalan Madura Regency on how to manage a tourist destination. Methods: awareness raising and tourism awareness training in the form of awareness of tourism awareness concepts and Sapta Pesona Wisata, tourism management training and excellent service. Results: From the results of the socialization and training, the manager and the community around the Bukit Kapor Arosbaya tourism object can get attention and gain knowledge and skills regarding aspects in the management and management of attractions. Conclusion: Partners get increased knowledge and skills in managing a destination. So that his hope through this program creates economic independence of citizens, especially young people through the field of tourism, the availability of new jobs for residents, and the availability of sustainable management of attractions.
Siti Eliana Rochmi, Herinda Pertiwi, Agung Budianto Achmad, Retno Sri Wahjuni, Tri Wahyu Suprayogi, Tri Bhawono Dadi
Darmabakti Cendekia: Journal of Community Service and Engagements, Volume 2, pp 15-19; https://doi.org/10.20473/dc.v2.i1.2020.15-19

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Background: Subdistrict Parengan has high livestock potential especially Suciharjo Village and Margorejo Village. The existing agricultural waste is not treated properly and livestock cannot reach maximum weights. The provision of quality animal feed is one of the efforts to improve the welfare of the community. Quality of animal feed can be increasing cattle productivity so that the selling value will increase. Purpose: This Community Service activity aims to improve the economic strengthening of the community through breeders through the introduction, dissemination, through technology UMB Herbal based on local resources that can increase the weight gain of beef cattle. UMB Herbal is a concentrate feed that uses raw materials based on raw materials (agriculture) with curcuma which is widely available in the regions. Improving skills makes UMB Herbal can be a provision for the community to be able to increase income. Methods: The method used in community service is the counseling for animal feed and health, training to make UMB Herbal and focus group discussions then applicating of UMB Herbal to pilot cattle. Results: The results of this community service include an increase in beef cattle body weight, decreasing the gastrointestinal worm infestations, and increasing the knowledge and skills of the participants of the community service. Conclusion: Community Service Activities have a positive impact related to the development of beef cattle farms.
, Riky Tri Yunardi, Winarno Winarno
Darmabakti Cendekia: Journal of Community Service and Engagements, Volume 1, pp 50-55; https://doi.org/10.20473/dc.v1.i2.2019.50-55

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Background: During the Industrial Revolution 4.0, the Internet of Things (IoT) is the main pillar of people and machines connected to each other. It can be an intelligent system when combined with a robot. This is what underlies the importance of robotics and IoT training, especially to be introduced early on. Purpose: This activity aimed to improve students' knowledge and skills in technology. The target of this activity is high school students in Jombang City. Methods: It starts from the planning, implementation, and evaluation stages. Auditory, visual and kinesthetic techniques are used in this activity, which is in the form of interesting learning media such as power points, videos, as well as demonstrations and practices. Data collection techniques such as questionnaires, pre-test, and post-test, and running tests were carried out to measure the level of skills, knowledge, and satisfaction of participants. Results: A total of 85% of participants did not know about IOT and 83% of the participants already know what the robot. But only 17% ever make robots. Conclusion: After this activity the participants' understanding increased by 20%. Their skills also increased as evidenced by the participants programming themselves so that the robot can run well on the track.
Taufiqurrahman Sidqi, Eny Inayati, Ario Imandiri
Darmabakti Cendekia: Journal of Community Service and Engagements, Volume 1, pp 60-64; https://doi.org/10.20473/dc.v1.i2.2019.60-64

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Background: Stunting is a chronic nutritional problem in infants characterized by a length or height that is lacking compared to age. The prevalence of stunting in Medokan Semampir Village was 30.48% while the WHO standard states that free stunting if it is less than 20%. Purpose: This activity aims to provide knowledge and skills to mothers who will and already have a toddler to prevent stunting in RW 02 Medokan Semampir. Methods: This program was implemented in 4 steps those are planning, acting, observing, and evaluating. Results: The results of the health examination for toddlers who participated in the activity showed that there were no cases of stunting, but there were 3 toddlers who were underweight, so it needed to be increasingly inadequate nutrition. Whereas the mother’s examination showed 6 people who had low Hb levels and 2 people had high blood sugar levels. Toddler massage training provides the skills of mothers who had toddlers and toddler cadres in RW 02 to take independent action on their babies. Balanced nutrition counseling, exclusive breastfeeding, and mandatory immunization rose participant awareness in efforts to prevent stunting. Whereas the socialization of dental and oral health provided knowledge on how to clean the teeth of mothers and toddlers correctly and safely to avoid dental caries which can cause stunting in toddlers. Conclusion: This program was very useful for mothers and toddlers because it provides knowledge and skills in efforts to prevent the incidence of stunting toddlers.
, Nuzulul Kusuma Putri, Aditya Sukma Pawitra
Darmabakti Cendekia: Journal of Community Service and Engagements, Volume 1, pp 39-44; https://doi.org/10.20473/dc.v1.i2.2019.39-44

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Background: The partnership program with the community was held by establishing a garbage bank and a waste management center in Samirplapan Village, Duduk Sampeyan District, Gresik. Starting with the problem of partners, the large amount of waste generated due to being on the edge of the inter-city connecting road of Gresik- Lamongan that is often passed by many vehicles. The community still has not the knowledge to manage waste becomes more economic value. Purpose: this activity aimed to help the community in utilizing inorganic waste to be more economically valuable through the garbage bank system. While organic waste will be processed in each household into compost using the Takakura method. Methods: This activity ran for 6 months, beginning with the socialization of garbage banks to village communities, technical training, implementation of the garbage bank system, monitoring and evaluation, and development. The targets of this partnership program are PKK (community that focused on woman welfare) and community in Samirplapan village, which are mostly housewives. Results: A Garbage bank in Samirplapan village has been formed with 35 members, participants actively participate in garbage bank activities, and the knowledge of participants has also increased. In addition, participants were given training in handicrafts made from inorganic waste and how to make compost with Takakura. Conclusion: Garbage bank is one form of solution in handling waste problems by applying the principle of 3R (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle) based on community.
, Sakinah Aljuffrie, Annis Catur Adi, Deandra Ardya Regitasari, Vidya Anggarini Rahmasari, Heni Rachmawati
Darmabakti Cendekia: Journal of Community Service and Engagements, Volume 1, pp 45-49; https://doi.org/10.20473/dc.v1.i2.2019.45-49

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Background: As a country with a tropical climate, Indonesia has the risk to have many disease problems, such as skin disorder or dermatitis. Dermatitis is an either acute, sub-acute, or chronic inflammatory skin disease. One of therapies is using sulfur compound. Purpose: The objective of this program was to improve public awareness of Tulungagung Regency on the importance of health care, to train people preparing soap containing sulfur, and to help the people to empower the economic community through home industry initiation. Methods: This program was done by motivation generating, counseling, advocacy, and education. The activities were performed through counseling about skin diseases, causes, the prevention and treatment of the disease with sulfur soap, demonstration and providing training to the community about sulfur soap. Results: The training on handmade soap preparation was conducted at the Village Hall of Mojosari, Kauman, Tulungagung, on July 28-29th 2019 and was attended by 20 female participants. The socialization programme was carried out by providing technical guidance, visual exposure of materials, packaging training through small groups. Conclusion: This training program of soap containing sulfur preparation attracted public attention to gain the science, knowledge, and skill increase business motivation, knowledge, and community skills as well as motivation generation to apply a simple technology of soap containing sulfur manufacturing.
, Eny Inayati, Retno Sri Wahjuni
Darmabakti Cendekia: Journal of Community Service and Engagements, Volume 1, pp 56-59; https://doi.org/10.20473/dc.v1.i2.2019.56-59

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Background: The older people get, the more elderly people who experience health complaints. The elderly morbidity rate in 2014 was 25.05 percent, meaning that around one in four elderly people had experienced pain in the past month. Purpose: Providing guidance and knowledge to improve the health of the elderly community in RW VII Jagir. Methods: Coaching is carried out by using a tutorial and visualization method using LCD. The material provided includes the processing of healthy foods, the introduction of traditional medicine, independent acupressure, healthy work attitudes in the household, dental and oral health, and medical check up. Results: The people who attended this activity were 65 people, according to the expected target. The community welcomed with enthusiasm, as evidenced by a large number of people present and the high level of community participation until the end of the event. In addition, there was also an increase in the mean value of the questionnaire before and after the activity, from 15.62 to 36.14. The results of 55 participants who did blood pressure checks, 28 people had normal blood pressure and 27 people experienced blood pressure that was more than normal. Likewise, the results of blood sugar tests when, of the 55 people who took blood sugar at their time, 43 had normal blood sugar levels or less than 200 mg / dL; and 12 people have blood sugar levels that are above normal or > 200 mg / dL. Conclusion: Community service activities are very useful for the elderly and also able to increase the knowledge of the elderly.
, Marlin Pernilawati Susilawati Ruyawari
Darmabakti Cendekia: Journal of Community Service and Engagements, Volume 1, pp 34-38; https://doi.org/10.20473/dc.v1.i2.2019.34-38

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Background: Waste is part of environmental problems because the increase in volume of waste correlates with population growth and efforts to reduce waste are still limited. Pataan Village which is one of the villages in Sambeng Subdistrict is also inseparable from the garbage problem. Most of the household waste will be collected in the yard and then burned, both organic and inorganic waste. In Pataan Village, there is already a 3R Waste Disposal Site (TPS) which functions as a place to collect garbage and a place to sort waste, unfortunately it is not functioned optimally due to various obstacles. Purpose: Solve the problem of managing organic waste especially corncobs by maximizing it as a mushroom planting media. Method: Socialization, training and assistance of mushroom cultivation using corncobs media to youth groups who are members of the Karang Taruna Organizations in Pataan Village. Results: The results of training and assistance for 25 days, it can be noted that the optimization of corncobs as a medium for mushroom cultivation can be an effective solution in handling the waste problem in Pataan Village and has the potential to bring up new commodities in Pataan Village in the form of janggel mushrooms. Conclusion:Partners get increased knowledge and skills in utilizing corncobs as a medium for cultivating janggel mushrooms. So that in the next period can be given about how the processing of the janggel mushroom in order to have added value.
Neffrety Nilamsari, Fadilatus Sukma Ika Noviarni, Ratih Damayanti
Darmabakti Cendekia: Journal of Community Service and Engagements, Volume 1; https://doi.org/10.20473/dc.v1.i1.2019.22-27

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Background: Application of Occupational Safety and Health (K3) is not only the scope of the company but also be started from the household and school environment. There are many potential hazards for students at school and can cause an accident or illness for students if not controlled well. Primary school is a form of formal education for children aged 6 to 12 years. Child is curious about a concept. During this period, children have begun to be able to distinguish between good and bad based on their own reasoning. Purpose: The right method was needed to motivated children aged 6-12 years to play safe at the school environment and home. Method: The role play method was used as a tool to stimulate students aged 6-12 years to be able to increase awareness of the importance of applying OSH in the school and home environment especially when playing futsal and bicycles. Result: The understanding scores of playing material was safe during the pre-test with a very good rating of 66.67%, and those who lack understanding 12.90%. An increase in scores after the role play of the criteria was very good up to 69.15% while the lack of understanding criteria can be reduced until 4.25%. Conclusion: The material thas has been given has a positive impact on students awareness. These activities can be improved through children habituation to live safety consciously.
Ario Imandiri, Maya Septriana
Darmabakti Cendekia: Journal of Community Service and Engagements, Volume 1; https://doi.org/10.20473/dc.v1.i1.2019.8-10

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Background: The community made various efforts to be able to overcome the health complaints that they experienced, whether it was done alone by people who experienced health complaints or by healthy families. Efforts made by the community in overcoming health complaints suffered include self-treatment based on the knowledge they have by massage or consuming materials or processed from plants or animals, conducting consultations or examinations on traditional and medical health facilities, and can also bring in officers home health. Purpose: Increasing public knowledge regarding how to process traditional medicines and independent acupressure. Method: Providing knowledge to the Independent Care Cadres of Gading Surabaya Health Center regarding how to process traditional medicines and independent acupressure through demonstration of making traditional medicines and independent acupressure. Results: The activity of Independent Care of Family Medication and Acupressure Care for Cadre groups in Gading Surabaya Health Center went well. The cadre welcomed the program and they participated in the coaching activities actively. Conclusion: The Independent Care of Family Medication and Acupressure care for Cadre groups coaching program in Gading Surabaya Health Center is very beneficial for the community in overcoming minor ailments without taking chemical drugs.
Maya Septriana, Aliyah Siti Sundari, Diyantoro Diyantoro, Dwi Wahyu Indriati, Anita Kurniati, Ni Nyoman Purwani, Tofan Agung Eka Prasetya, Fadilatus Sukma Ika Noviarni, Shelly Wulandari, Myrna Adianti
Darmabakti Cendekia: Journal of Community Service and Engagements, Volume 1; https://doi.org/10.20473/dc.v1.i1.2019.11-15

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Background: The number of people with diabetes mellitus in Indonesia is increasing every year. The data in 2016 showed that 1 of 11 adults could have diabetes mellitus. Uncontrolled and untreated diabetes mellitus can cause complications. Objectives: This activity aimed to determine the group of age that have a potential risk of hypertension and diabetes so that it could minimize the prevalence of disease and optimize human productivity. Methods: (1) Counseling about hypertension and diabetes, (2) Screening the people with a potential risk of hypertension using tensimeter and diabetes prediction using point-of-care testing (POCT) and urine dipstick. Results: The data were collected from 75 respondents with characteristics about 85,33% female and 14,67% male. About 25 respondents (33,33%) were suspected of hypertension. Based on age group, it showed that the highest incident rate of hypertension was found in the age group of 41-60 years (41,86%), followed by the age group of 61-80 years (20%), 21-40 years (13,33%), and age under 20 years and above 80 years (0%). The majority of respondents had a normal glucose level(90,67%). Based on gender, there was 1 male respondent (9,09%)and5female respondents (7,81%) having a glucose level higher than normal value (hyperglycemia). Conclusion: The age group with the highest potential risk for hypertension was 41-60 years, while for diabetes was 61-80 years. This activity provided information to prevent the potential risk leading to hypertension and diabetes.
Ayu Febriyanti Puspitasari, Rizka Miladiah Ervianty, Phima Ruthia Dwikesumasari, Ida Setya Dwijayanti
Darmabakti Cendekia: Journal of Community Service and Engagements, Volume 1; https://doi.org/10.20473/dc.v1.i1.2019.16-21

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Background: Industrial centers (UKM) in Malang are scattered throughout the city. According to data from the Malang Cooperative and UMKM Office, only 30% have gone online from the 70,000 UMKM currently available. This is an opportunity for young people to be able to help UMKM to go online. The main obstacles experienced by UMKM are financing problems, technology and product innovation, market research and inefficiencies. Purpose: To solve the problems of MSMEs in Malang City, especially in the field of technology and product innovation for women groups, UKM Craftsmen Sanitair Klaseman Malang. Method: Training on making e-commerce based marketing channels and social media which includes training on making e-commerce channels through social media and the internet. Results: The UKM of sanitation products in Malang were mostly dominated by 50% flower pots and 25% carvings. The use of social media for UKM partners had an impact on increasing orders from consumers through social media. The types of social media used was Whatsapp (100%), Instagram (55%), and Facebook (87.5%). Communication of sellers and buyers was effective and efficient through media chat messenger. Means of direct contact between sellers and buyers reached 87.5% through social media. Conclusion: Partners got increased orders from consumers after using social media. They could also grow their business bigger because they could have transaction directly with bank transfer payment method.
Ratih Damayanti, Indah Lutfiya, Neffrety Nilamsari
Darmabakti Cendekia: Journal of Community Service and Engagements, Volume 1; https://doi.org/10.20473/dc.v1.i1.2019.28-33

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Background: The balanced nutrition paradigm is currently unknown to the general public, especially school-age children. The old paradigm of four healthy five perfects is still taught in schools. Whereas in the new paradigm of balanced nutrition, in addition to the principle of nutrition that must be consumed in a balanced manner, there is another message that must be conveyed, namely physical activity at least 30 minutes every day, regular exercise, drinking 8 glasses of water a day, washing hands before and after eating and always monitor your weight. Purpose: This community service activity aims to improve balanced nutrition knowledge in elementary school age children. Method: The method of community service is through lectures and games for ice breaking so that the atmosphere becomes more fun. Results: Most of the students of SDN Kalisari 1 Surabaya were female (54%), 10 years old (62%), and parents had jobs in the “other” category namely construction workers, janitors and farm workers (38%). As many as 83% of students have breakfast habits and 88% of students often access the internet. The level of student’s knowledge of balanced nutrition is included in the sufficient category (59%). There is a difference in the level of knowledge before and after counseling about the concept of balanced nutrition (α = 0.04). Conclusion: Efforts to increase knowledge of balanced nutrition with counseling and game methods are considered effective because there is a significant increase in the level of knowledge of SDN Kalisari 1 Surabaya students.
Dwiyanti Feriana Ratwita, Okti Setyowati, Endang Kusdarjanti
Darmabakti Cendekia: Journal of Community Service and Engagements, Volume 1; https://doi.org/10.20473/dc.v1.i1.2019.1-7

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Background: The dentist who handles a broken acrylic resin denture base case will send the denture to be repaired by a dental technician in the dental laboratory. The transfer of work is likely to pose a risk of cross-infection (for example AIDS, hepatitis, tuberculosis, pneumonia, and herpes. Purpose: To transfer science and technology based on community needs objectively to get a strong foundation in implementing health management for dental technicians. Methods: Training on how to use disinfection materials as well as participatory counseling using slides through LCD projectors, and using props along with interactive discussions and also mentoring when trainees take disinfection measures. Results: The implementation includes 3 activities, that is counseling, training and monitoring Counseling is carried out by providing knowledge about how to disinfect dentures, then training in how to do disinfection, the way is to train dental technicians to disinfect using chlorhexidine by spraying on the denture surface, then monitored. Conclusion: So far the dental laboratory has not carried out any disinfection at the time of denture repair. With counseling and training in this community partnership program, dental technicians know the importance of disinfection denture to prevent cross infection, so that it will then do it.
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