Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat

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ISSN / EISSN : 25408739 / 25408747
Current Publisher: Universitas Mathla ul Anwar Banten (10.30653)
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Tineke Wolok, Ismet Sulila, Weny Almoravid Dungga
Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 4, pp 71-80; doi:10.30653/002.201941.120

Abstract:THE IMPLEMENTATION OF PPDM FIRST YEAR FOR PEOPLE OF COAST OF LAKE LIMBOTO THROUGH ENFORCEMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCE AND SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (IPTEK) OF MANAGEMENT OF WATER HYACINTH USE AS EXCELLENT PRODUCT. Iluta Village is situated in coastal of Limboto Lake and frequently encounters flood problem in the rainy season and also serious problem namely siltation of Limboto Lake as caused by the massive growth of water hyacinth. There were three main problems handled by this program at the first year, namely: 1) effort of reducing siltation of Limboto Lake sustainably through removal and use of the water hyacinth as craft material, 2) empowerment of community economic through capacity building of business management of varied water hyacinth woven crafts, and 3) capacity building of human resource of local community as target group. The applied method encompassed: 1) determining problems priority to be solved and divided them into three-year activity, 2) doing reconstruction and improvement based on the problems gradually for every year, 3) improvement was performed based on local community character approach. The findings showed: 1) use of water hyacinth as handicrafts product could help reducing Lake Siltation, 2) management ability in business management started to grow, and 3) improvement of human resource ability for the coastal community as the target group.
Febri Liantoni, Rachman Arief, Nanang Fakhrur Rozi, Anwar Sodik
Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 4, pp 105-110; doi:10.30653/002.201941.65

Abstract:IMPROVING LEARNING PROCESSES THROUGH ONLINE LECTURE TRAINING FOR LECTURERS. The development of information and communication technology sophistication is undeniable. One form of technological development is the Internet. With the Internet, we can receive and access information in various formats from all corners of the world. The presence of the Internet provides convenience in the world of education as a learning medium. Based on these conditions, online lecture training is conducted with the aim of improving the learning process during lectures. The training was conducted with the Google classroom application introduction material. The results obtained during the training showed very high lecturer enthusiasm. Training makes lecturers have the ability to better manage lecture materials, can arrange quiz schedules or assignments regularly every week, the ability of lecturers in interpersonal communication also increases with class collaboration.
Lanto Miriatin Amali, Melizubaida Mahmud
Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 4, pp 87-92; doi:10.30653/002.201941.91

Abstract:UTILIZATION OF FLANNEL AS HANDICRAFTS TO GROW ENTREPRENEURSHIP FOR SCHOOL DROPOUTS IN PERMATA VILLAGE, BOALEMO. The devotion program aims to empower teenagers who drop out of school in the gem village of Paguyaman district in Boalemo district through the use of flannel fabrics while fostering an entrepreneurial spirit. The proposal and method of solving problems in this Community Service program is to train teenagers who drop out of school to make various kinds of handicrafts from flannel, develop this flannel fabric motif in accordance with the characteristics of Permata Village, and develop marketing distribution especially in Boalemo district. The partner in this service Ranti Taylor with the owner's name is Abas Aminah whose business is convection and the only one is in Permata Village. This can make it easier for teenagers to drop out of school to conduct training while developing handicrafts from flannel fabrics from various motives while creating new designs so that they are more skilled in making them.
Ismet Sulila, Tineke Wolok, Abdul Rahman Pakaya
Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 4, pp 61-70; doi:10.30653/002.201941.119

Abstract:THE IMPLEMENTATION OF IPTEK (SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY) OF PRODUCT STANDARDIZATION, MARKETING, AND DISTRIBUTION OF KARAWO FABRIC EMBROIDERY CRAFTS AT GROUP OF MICRO, SMALL, AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES OF GORONTALO DISTRICT. Community service through a development program of Karawo embroidery as the regional competitive product was conducted in Religious Tourism Village of Bongo in Gorontalo District. The program was focused on a gradual and measurable concrete effort in improving Community Economic Empowerment. Specific targets that should be achieved through the program were product standardization, marketing, and distribution. In implementing the program, it is necessary to have a method which is able to achieve the targeted results. Thus, the applied approach method was unique and different which encompassed: 1) determination of the solved problem priority scale, 2) doing reconstruction and improvement gradually, 3) improvement based on local community character approach, 4) implementation of science and technology. Based on the study of the implementation of science and technology, the result showed that: 1) the implementation of science and technology of Karawo product standardization could give a limit of product quality based on market need, price, and product users. 2) The implementation of science and technology of marketing through the use of social media could improve market demand for the varied product of Karawo in local and national level. 3) The implementation of science and technology of distribution of varied product to consumers performed through online media and transportation could distribute varied product to the consumers. Overall, it was concluded that the implementation of science and technology by university/ college had given real contribution to the effort of improvement of empowerment and welfare of the community.
Sudarjat Sudarjat, Erni Suminar, Muhammad Abdilah Hasan Qanit, Syariful Mubarok
Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 4, pp 53-60; doi:10.30653/002.201941.75

Abstract:APPLICATION OF DRAGON FRUIT CULTIVATION TECHNOLOGY FOR COASTAL AREAS IN KALIJAGA VILLAGE, HARJAMUKTI DISTRICT, CIREBON CITY. Dragon fruit is one of the growing fruit commodities and is widely known in Indonesia. The distribution process has reached all of Indonesia. The development of dragon fruit in West Java itself is still said to be low, so it is necessary to increase or open a new area for the cultivation process which directly helps in terms of land and water conservation. In West Java alone, one location that has the potential to become a dragon fruit cultivation area is the City of Cirebon. Cirebon City is a strategic city that connects West Java and Central Java. However, the condition of the land in Cirebon is mostly unproductive. So it is necessary to find ways to increase the productivity of the land, namely through the application of technology to cultivate dragon fruit plants in coastal areas. To increase public awareness to reproduce agricultural land in the area, one of them is the process of mentoring the introduction of suitable types of plants grown in the area and appropriate cultivation technology for the area. The area that will be used as partners for this activity is Kalijaga Village, Kec. Harjamukti by involving two farmer groups, Sekar Maju, and Sidemung. The method that will be carried out in this assistance is the process of counseling, practice and making demonstration plots of dragon fruit planting that can be used as a learning tool in the area. From the results of the counseling, it was seen that the community's enthusiasm was high to want to know more about dragon fruit and how to cultivate dragon fruit in the area, so that dragon fruit in the area could develop.
Andri Kusmayadi, Siti Nurhidayah, Ulpah Jakiyah, Ristina Siti Sundari
Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 4, pp 81-86; doi:10.30653/002.201941.111

Abstract:EMPOWERMENT OF DUCK FARMERS GROUP THROUGH UTILIZATION OF RICE SNAILS AS ALTERNATIVE FEED FOR DUCKS IN CIHATEUP HAMLET, TASIKMALAYA. In Cihateup Hamlet, the presence of golden snail is abundant with a large number of paddy fields scattered in several locations. Moreover, the presence of golden snail in this area has the potential to be an agricultural pest so that to minimize its existence it needs to be used as an alternative to duck feed. The community service program aims to improve the insight and skills of members of livestock groups in utilizing and processing rice snails into quality food products. This community service method takes the form of counseling, training and mentoring for members of livestock groups. The target of this program is members of the livestock group “Kelompok Ternak Megar Bebek Cihateup”. The implementation of the community service program began in March to September 2017 in the Cihateup Hamlet, Sukanagalih Village, Rajapolah District, Tasikmalaya Regency. The impact of this program is to reduce the loss of rice farmers from rice snail pests and reduce the cost of feed for duck farmers. In addition, there has been an increase in the community's insight and skills in utilizing the region’s potential to become a useful and high-quality product.
Arief Goeritno, Prawitra Azhari Robby, Pratiwi Pratiwi, Widdy Tanzila
Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 4, pp 29-46; doi:10.30653/002.201941.98

Abstract:SOCIAL INTERACTION OF THE STUDENTS ON GROUP 52 OF KKN-TT FOR EMPOWERMENT EFFORTS OF THE COMMUNITY POTENCY IN CIBEBER I VILLAGE, LEUWILIANG, BOGOR.Group 52 of KKN-TT was one of the groups in the community service program held by the Bogor Ibn Khadun University in the City of Bogor. The Group 52 of KKN-TT activity was devoted to communities in Cibeber I Village, Leuwiliang, Bogor with three main programs and three supporting programs. The main programs cover the fields of formal and non-formal teaching, health and environment, and religion, while supporting programs include the economic field, the use of information technology, and relations in society. The six fields in the work program consist of fifteen types of planned and scheduled activities. Fifteen types of activities are a form of social interaction between students on Group 52 of KKN-TT and community in a potency of empower of the community. The achievement of all activities ranges from 80% to 100% with a number of impacts on the community, in the form of long-term benefits.
Qodri Santosa, Miko Ferrine, Muhammad Fakih, Alfi Muntafiah
Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 4, pp 47-52; doi:10.30653/002.201941.94

Abstract:LACTATION MANAGEMENT TRAINING FOR PREGNANT WOMEN AND BREASTFEEDING MOTHERS: EFFORTS TO OPTIMIZE CHILD GROWTH. The key person for making quality generation lies on mother, through breast milk. Breastfeeding, besides providing the best nutrition for optimal baby growth and development, it is also a form of love to a baby. Ironically, not all mothers realize and many mothers do not breastfeed their babies exclusively. The low level of knowledge and working mothers is often an obstacle for mothers to give exclusive breastfeeding. In Indonesia, almost 9 of 10 mothers give breast milk, but only 49.8% give exclusive breastfeeding for 6 months. Lactation management health promotion activities are carried out in accordance with WHO recommendations and the Indonesian government in promoting breastfeeding, especially increasing the achievement of the rate of early breastfeeding initiation and exclusive breastfeeding. The activities carried out using several methods: counseling, demonstration, video and discussion. We found that 54.1% of participants gave exclusive breastfeeding for 6 months, 27% for 4 months, and others 2-3 months. Wilcoxon Rank Test showed a significant difference (p = 0,000) between the score of pre-test and post-test, with a mean pre-test of 49.02 ± 19.74, and a mean post-test of 68.53 ± 20.00. Conclution: This activity increased participants' knowledge regarding lactation management.
Fajriah Fajriah, Junaidin Junaidin, Iin Nudiyanti, Kobajashi T Isamu
Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 4, pp 11-18; doi:10.30653/002.201941.77

Abstract:UTILIZATION AND INCREASE OF SEAWEED PRODUCTION FOR THE COMMUNITY OF TOROKEKU VILLAGE TINANGGEA SUB-DISTRICT, KONAWE SELATAN, SOUTHEAST SULAWESI. Torokeku Village, Tinanggea Sub-District, South Konawe Regency is one of the villages that produce seaweed and various types of sea fish caught from Southeast Sulawesi. The problems faced by residents include: 1) Decreasing the amount of production and quality of seaweed, 2) Low level of entrepreneurial knowledge possessed, 3) lack of MSMEs as a single forum for independent business development for Torokeku Village residents. The specific goals and targets of the KKN-PPM: 1) Increasing the production and quality of seaweed seeds, 2) Increasing the skills of citizens in processing seaweed into various ready-to-eat and ready-to-cook products such as dodol, meatballs and seaweed nuggets, 3) Establishment and co-operative assistance for citizens. The methods used to achieve these goals are training, mentoring, lectures, discussions, direct visits, practices and demonstrations. The activities carried out included: (1) Making seaweed nursery gardens (2) Demonstration on various processed products ready to eat and ready to cook (dodol, meatballs and nuggets of seaweed), (3) Pioneering fishing cooperatives and UMKM, (4) Providing learning facilities for children and the community of Torokeku Village in the form of socializing education on the concept of sustainable fisheries as well as mentoring learning in schools and TPA.
Rangga Saptya Mohamad Permana, Lilis Puspitasari, Sri Seti Indriani
Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 4, pp 19-28; doi:10.30653/002.201941.88

Abstract:INDIE FILM EDITING TRAINING AT ARMIDALE ENGLISH COLLEGE OF SOREANG, BANDUNG REGENCY. A film can be seen as a medium of mass communication because in a film there are elements of entertainment, education, and information. In fact, a film can be an advocacy media that encourages a social change. In the film production management, there are major label and indie label concepts, where the indie label focuses on film content and filmmakers' freedom of expression. The stages that must be passed by a filmmaker in producing a film starts from the stages of development, pre-production, production, post-production, and distribution. The post-production stage is the most important stage that determines whether a film is classified as a quality film or not because it involves the final touch of a film. Therefore, the author decided to make a community service program in the form of post-production indie film training (audio-visual editing) at Armidale English College, Soreang District, Bandung Regency. The purpose of this training is to provide practical understanding and skills in the field of audio-visual editing to the trainees. The various implementation methods used in this training included media communication methods (audio-visual), lecture methods, interactive methods, pre-test and post-test methods, and simulation methods. The results achieved after the training was carried out were that the trainees experienced increased understanding and skills in the context of indie film post-production, especially in the process of audio-visual films editing. Keywords: Audio-Visual, Editing, Indie Film, Post-Production, Training.