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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Saiful Amin
Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 4, pp 563-572; doi:10.30653/002.201944.238

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ENHANCEMENT OF TEACHERS PROFESSIONALISM THROUGH SPARKOL VIDEOSCRIBE LEARNING MEDIA WORKSHOP IN MALANG DISTRICT. The program of activities proposed by the group of KKM 68 and 105 UIN Maulana Malik Ibrahim Malang, in the form of assistance in making sparkol videoscribe learning media. Through these activities, it is expected that the product of the development can add learning resources for teachers and students, and become an encouragement for students in learning. The method used in this service is service learning. Service learning is learning for students based on understanding and the process of recognizing a community. Community service activities in the form of ICT media development workshops can improve the understanding of elementary school teachers in Tulusbesar Village, Malang District in making and using learning media with sparkol videoscribe applications. The products produced in these activities are in the form of learning media in the form of sparkol videoscribe which are interesting in material grades 1 to 6 of elementary school. This service activity received a positive response from teachers as workshop participants.
Ahmad Riduan, Rainiyati Rainiyati, Sarah Fiebrina Heraningsih, Dian Ariansyah
Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 4, pp 547-554; doi:10.30653/002.201944.225

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CLEAN WATER PRODUCTION IN RIZQULLAH ISLAMIC BOARDING SCHOOL JAMBI. Pondok Pesantren is an Islamic boarding school where students are learning about Islam as well as science and technologies. Adequate and good quality of facilities and infrastructures are needed to support good teaching and learning process. One of such facilities is clean and healthy water which is important to students and teachers in the Pondok Pesantren. Bad quality of water, either for washing or drinking, will affect students’ concentration in studying. Therefore, our community service project was aimed at improving the quality of water at Ma’had Rizqullah by installing a clean water system using multilevel filtration method. The water to be processed was ground water collected from bore wells in Pondok area. By this technology, the requirement of clean water in Ma’had Rizqullah can be met, al can also supply water needs for community around the Pondok. The product of this technology was clean water that can be used for daily activities by students and teachers living in Pondok and surrounding people.
Rainiyati Rainiyati, Ahmad Riduan, Zulkarnain Zulkarnain, Eliyanti Eliyanti, Sarah Fiebrina Heraningsih
Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 4, pp 555-562; doi:10.30653/002.201944.227

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THE PROCESSING OF HOUSEHOLD WASTE INTO VARIOUS TYPES OF LOCAL MICRO ORGANISMS (LMO) LIQUID FERTILIZERS IN PUDAK VILLAGE, KUMPEH ULU DISTRICT, MUARO JAMBI REGENCY. Household waste such as leftover rice and vegetables can be used as a major component in producing Local Micro Organism (LMO). Local Micro Organism has many advantages, including being used as liquid organic fertilizer, as a decomposer in compost processing, as well as being used as bio-pesticides. The purpose of this community service project was to help the people, particularly farmers, in Pudak Village in producing LMO liquid fertilizer by providing them with relevant knowledge and technology. The technology was developed by utilizing of leftover rice and vegetables which are normally treated as unwanted household wastes. This LMO liquid fertilizer is very much needed by farmers to increase their farm output since it was proven to be able to improve plant growth and development, which in turn increase farm production eventually. In addition, this liquid fertilizer can also be sold and resulting in additional income for farmer household, and village community in general. Finally, as is stated in the objective, this community service program has produced output in the form of LMO liquid fertilizer, which then can be applied on farmers’ field.
Zulfikar Zulfikar, Rosida Nur Syamsiyati, Ahmad Muttaqin
Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 4, pp 393-400; doi:10.30653/002.201944.186

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TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE FINANCIAL REPORTING AND BUDGETING BASED PERFORMANCE IN STIKES MUHAMMADIYAH PALEMBANG. The purpose of this technical assistance activity were to provide knowledge and insights related to the financial management and performance based budgeting to the principal and budget user of STIKES Muhammadiyah Palembang and to help compile the work program. This activity was attended by 23 leaders from various levels.Materials that provided were, performance based budgeting, best practices, and financial reporting. The results of technical assistance for performance based budgeting indicate an increase in the ability of participants to develop budgets. Evaluation of the participants showed that they were very enthusiastic about following the activity from beginning to end.
Dian Herdiana, Rendi Heriyana, Reza Suhaerawan
Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 4, pp 431-442; doi:10.30653/002.201944.208

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COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT THROUGH RURAL LITERACY MOVEMENT IN CIMANGGU VILLAGE, BANDUNG BARAT DISTRICT. The community in Cimanggu Village, Bandung Barat Regency has a low literacy culture. This is due to various factors starting from the factor of the village government that does not support the literacy movement aimed at policy instruments, the cultural factors of the community who regard literacy as not a necessity and the factors that come from academics who do not disseminate information about the importance of literacy. Based on the above problems, the students of Cimahi School of Public Administration (STIA Cimahi) in the community engagement service launched a program in the form of rural literacy movement. To realize this, various activities were carried out starting from visits to village governments to encourage literacy policies at the village level. Conducting counselling to the community about the importance of literacy. Conducting literacy activities in children`s play environment that encourage children to make literacy activities a necessity and culture, as well as renovating a library in the village to make it easier for the community to access literacy infrastructure in the village.
Nina Dwi Lestari, Arif Wahyu Setyo Budi, Al Afik
Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 4, pp 443-450; doi:10.30653/002.201944.220

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CROSS SECTORAL EMPOWERMENT IN AN EFFORT TO REALIZE A COMMUNITY THAT CARES ABOUT HEALTH AND SAFETY DRIVING. Traffic accidents are a global phenomenon with increasing events that can result in losses and deaths. The most dominant human factor is related to traffic accident between vehicle and physical environment. WHO reports that around 1.2 million people die each year from road accidents and are a leading cause of death among young people aged 15-29 years. Partners in this program are residents of Rt 24, RW 12, Tegowanu, Kaliagung, Sentolo, Kulon Progo. The problems faced by partners are the high driving accidents in the partner area, due to geographical conditions of the road, vehicles that pass at high speeds from both directions, and poor driving behavior. The methods used in this program are community education, demonstrations, case simulations and family counseling. The result of this program are that there is an increase in partner’s knowledge related to driving health and safety, as much as 80% of participants are able to re-evacuate the techniques of evacuation, transportation and first aid in an accident at the location. It requires the efforts of the relevant parties to continue to accustom the culture of healthy and safety driving.
Widhya Aligita, Fauzan Zein Muttaqin, Soni Muhsinin, Ellin Febrina, Aiyi Asnawi
Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 4, pp 401-408; doi:10.30653/002.201944.187

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POTENTIAL DEVELOPMENT OF WOMAN FARMING GROUP IN THE UTILIZATION OF THE YARD FOR DRUG AND COSMETICS PLANTS USING VERTICAL GARDEN METHOD IN CIBIRU WETAN VILLAGE, BANDUNG REGENCY. The village of Cibiru Wetan is largely a rice field and swidden area with hilly contours and insufficient water availability. One of the utilization of fields with a lack of water is by growing plants that require minimal water, including medicinal plants and cosmetics. The initiation of this activity has a high prospect of success due to the high initiative and participation of the population in the form of women's farmer groups and the family welfare team as evidenced by the many achievements, awards, and skills gained by the Cibiru Wetan Village through the participation of its citizens. Therefore, the purpose of the project activity was socialization and practice at women’s farmer group of Cibiru Wetan Village through the use of medicinal plants and cosmetics with simple appropriate technology through vertical gardening. The method of implementation used in the training program for planting medicinal plants was divided two stage, that was providing information about family medicinal plants ranging from understanding to the benefits of the plants, and the last step was explaining or training and direct practice of planting medicinal plants and cosmetics using vertical planting. The results showed a positive understanding of the two groups of women’s farmer group I and II and the family welfare team, both for the stage of socialization and counseling as well as for the practice phase of planting medicinal plants and cosmetics vertically. The conclusion was the use of medicinal plants and cosmetics could increase the understanding of the target group and the compost produced by residents could be utilized through this activity.
Andi Maslan, Erlin Elisa, Raymond Raymond
Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 4, pp 491-500; doi:10.30653/002.201944.230

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MAKING WEB-BASED PROMOTION MEDIA, ADMINISTRATION SYSTEM, AND MARKETING MANAGEMENT IN JOINT BUSINESS GROUP OF FISHERMANS IN PULAU TEMOYONG VILLAGE, BATAM. Batam City is a municipality which has a strategic location directly adjacent to Singapore which is included in the Riau Islands Province. The current reality is that the contribution of the fisheries sector to the regional treasury of Batam is relatively small and is still dominated by other sectors. Some obstacles faced are the lack of knowledge in the field of Information Technology (ICT), especially how to promote aquaculture and catches that are less than the maximum, resulting in a decrease in sales turnover for fishermen. This is felt by the Fishermen Joint Business Group (KUB). This KUB is spread in six villages in the Bulang Sub-District, Batam. Each village is approximately 20 KUB consisting of 10 members. This KUB certainly regulates production and coordinates with regard to the development of fisheries and capture aquaculture products. In the process of cultivation and capture there are no problems, resulting in decreased sales turnover, decreased sales turnover ranging from 10% to 20%, according to interviews with the service team, that one of the consequences is due to the lack of ICT-based promotional media (E-commerce Website), lack of computer-based administrative system management and lack of knowledge in the field of marketing. To avoid ongoing problems, web design training with MDA models and participant satisfaction analysis have been carried out involving 30 participants who are members of a fishing business group. The overall result in the implementation of the training to the community was that 79.58% of participants were satisfied with the training, and there were some inputs that the material provided was too difficult and the training time was also limited.
Lukhi Mulia Shitophyta, Siwi Purwanti, Maryudi Maryudi
Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 4, pp 541-546; doi:10.30653/002.201944.191

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COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM: THE UTILIZING OF TOFU LIQUID WASTE INTO BIOGAS AT TOFU INDUSTRY OF PAK MIN, JOMBLANGAN, BANGUNTAPAN, YOGYAKARTA. The industry tofu of Pak Min is a home industry with four employees which produces 200 kg of tofu every day and generates 50 kg of liquid wastes per day. The problem that is faced by the industrial owner is the lack of knowledge in handling liquid wastes. The disposal of waste is only discharged into a river which results in buildup of liquid paddles on the ground surface and environmental pollution. Therefore, the objectives of this program were to socialize the hazard and management process of tofu waste and to provide the training to convert tofu liquid waste into biogas.
Nur Fitriani Usdyana Attahmid, Rahmawati Saleh, Muhammad Yusuf
Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 4, pp 517-528; doi:10.30653/002.201944.237

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APPLYING APPROPRIATE TECHNOLOGY AND FOOD DIVERSIFICATION IN SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES OF MILKFISH PROCESSING IN BULU CINDEA VILLAGE, BUNGORO DISTRICT, PANGKEP. Village of Bulu Cindea Bungoro District is a village located in Pangkep Regency. The village has the potential in developing milk fish based processed food products. The abundance of milkfish products in this area has a positive impact on the Small and Medium Enterprises in the milk processing industry. Milkfish is very popular with the community because it has a low price and has a specific taste. Every 100 grams of fresh milkfish contains: 129 kcal energy, 76.85% water content, 20.38 gram fat content, 20.38 mg protein content, 150 mg phosphorus content, 2 mg iron, vitamin A l50 SI, vitamin B1 : 0.05 mg, and also contains Omega-3 of 14.2%. Milkfish has weaknesses, namely the presence of many thorn bones scattered throughout the meat section and the diversification of processed products is still simple with low product quality, packaging that is not hygenic, packaging identity that includes labeling and nutritional chemical composition has not been met and inadequate business licensing. Empowerment of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises is the key to the development of small industries in Pangkep Regency, both in terms of quality and quantity, as well as its supporting factors. Through the Community Partnership Program activities, a number of activities to develop fresh milkfish processing business without thorns and shredded fish to Small and Medium Enterprises who are partners are UKM Alifa Mandiri, which is one of the platforms to empower food processing industry players. This activity is very important considering the diversification of processed milkfish processing technology without thorns and shredded fish is still done conventionally so that it requires appropriate technology and diversification of appropriate processing.