PengabdianMu: Jurnal Ilmiah Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat

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ISSN / EISSN : 2502-6828 / 2654-4385
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, Iin Rosita Anggraini
PengabdianMu: Jurnal Ilmiah Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat, Volume 7, pp 284-290; https://doi.org/10.33084/pengabdianmu.v7i2.2384

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The waste problem has social, environmental, and health impacts. This community service aims to handle household waste in Petoyan Hamlet, Giritirto Village, Purwosari District, Gunung Kidul Regency, Yogyakarta. The method of this activity is community diagnosis, village community consultation (MMD), and conducting solutions/interventions with the community. This activity shows that most of the problems found are the management of household waste by the community is burned and buried. Then from the pre-test and post-test results, it was found that some people still do not understand the difference between organic and inorganic waste. Interventions carried out in this activity were the distribution of leaflets and outreach conducted door to door. It is hoped that the local government can provide a waste disposal site (TPS) and a final disposal site (TPA).
Fitriani Ningsih, Elma Monica Putri, Marlita Marlita, Muhamad Rizal Mantovani, Tia Feronika A.H. Iman
PengabdianMu: Jurnal Ilmiah Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat, Volume 7, pp 314-318; https://doi.org/10.33084/pengabdianmu.v7i2.2530

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Antenatal care is a pregnancy examination to optimize the mental and physical health of pregnant women to deal with childbirth, the postpartum period, preparation for breastfeeding, and the return of reproductive health naturally. Antenatal care services by several pregnant women are still not entirely appropriately utilized; this makes it difficult for health workers to carry out regular and comprehensive health care development for pregnant women, including early detection of pregnancy risk factors. The purpose of this activity was carried out to increase the knowledge of pregnant women about antenatal care visits. The method used in this activity is lectures and questions and answers via Zoominar. The results of this activity were attended by 20 pregnant women; during the activity, the mothers were very enthusiastic; this could be seen in the increase in the mother's knowledge before and after being given information.
PengabdianMu: Jurnal Ilmiah Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat, Volume 7, pp 306-313; https://doi.org/10.33084/pengabdianmu.v7i2.2513

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A resilient village is an integral part of Indonesia's national resilience concept and paradigm. Theoretically, resilient towns have a root in the idea of human security, particularly community security. The resilient town can be measured by readiness, social trust, leadership, collective efficacy, and place attachment. This program is carried out in RT 03 RW 13 Desa Sukasari Kec. Cilaku Kab. Cianjur. The program is planned within three implementation phases, three years. Because it is oriented towards social engineering, the methods used are lectures, FGD, control and monitoring, and gap analysis. Five priority programs in 2020-2021 have been determined in the initial phase, namely: education, religion, security and health, economic productivity, and environment. Meanwhile, the stakeholders of each program are RT management, DKM and asatidz, foundations and teachers, and cooperatives. These programs are integrated, both between programs and among stakeholders, with a community networking system. As a result, most targeted programs can be implemented well by the second half of their first year. Such as Madrasah Diniya, Al-Badar Foundation, majlis taklim, urban farming, development of public facilities, etc. The main challenge for this program is to maintain consistency in the performance of stakeholders to keep the program sustainable
Indria Astuti, Syara Al-Fajar Shitah, Rani Sumarni
PengabdianMu: Jurnal Ilmiah Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat, Volume 7, pp 274-283; https://doi.org/10.33084/pengabdianmu.v7i2.2342

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The Covid-19 pandemic forces us to do everything from home; this impacts access to maternal, child, and reproductive health services. Recent research has shown that coronavirus infection is similar to HIV, which has a similar gene mutation, which means it can attack human cells 1,000 times stronger than the SARS virus. Therefore, President Jokowi has instructed to carry out activities at home, in which health services are also limited. Many concerns occur in the community, especially among pregnant women, so that even pregnant women cannot access health services and postpartum mothers, infants, and mothers who are family planning acceptors. The latest data from the BKKBN shows a national decline in family planning services from February to March; almost 50% of family planning services in each type of family planning have decreased; one of the factors is the lack of information and education to the public, how to use safe contraception during pregnancy this pandemic. This community service aims to help with problems regarding the difficulty of accessing health services due to the pandemic, and this activity is a form of devotion to the midwifery study program and the profession in the country. Implementing this community service uses internet access and communication tools, both laptops and the internet. The main activity of this community service is to provide online midwifery consultation via text, voice, and video. 100% stated that they were satisfied with the counselor's services provided 90% of clients noted that this online consultation helped solve their problems experienced clients.
Arief Rahmawan, Tian Nur Ma'Rifat, Muhammad Muhammad, Gusti Randy Pratama
PengabdianMu: Jurnal Ilmiah Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat, Volume 7, pp 342-347; https://doi.org/10.33084/pengabdianmu.v7i2.2349

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Tajug Village is one of the districts affected by Coronavirus Disease (Covid-19) in Siman District, Ponorogo Regency. Generally, people of Tajug’s livelihood is cultivating crops, raising livestock, selling tempe as well as other traditional food, and running a small herbal drink business. Additionally, several sellers promote their products door to door or make to order. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, those small enterprises decrease in turnover significantly. This is mainly because the number of social events is mostly banned or limited. Meanwhile, the empowerment of family welfare groups in Tajug village has been established in order to shelter community business activities, particularly for housewives. One of their products is herbs drink and unfortunately, their revenue had plunged into 40%. Additionally, they have no adequate knowledge of food safety in terms of how they pick hygiene bottles for their products. The objective of this community empowerment is herbs drink and traditional food business players as well as the members of PKK Tajug. The aim of this program is to encourage featured products in Tajug Village.
Chief Editor Of PengabdianMu J Pengabdian Masyarakat
PengabdianMu: Jurnal Ilmiah Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat, Volume 7; https://doi.org/10.33084/pengabdianmu.v7i2.3519

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Assalamu’alaikum Wr. Wb. Dear reader, now PengabdianMu: Jurnal Ilmiah Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat re-published on Volume 7 Issue 2 March 2022. This edition marks a change in publication frequency from four times to six times a year. The publication of PengabdianMu: Jurnal Ilmiah Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat certainly participate in disseminating the results of community services in science and technology development conducted by lecturers and researchers especially from UMPR and other universities. This edition contains 12 articles consisting of Education, Social and Political, Agriculture, and Health Science topics. Editorial boards are fully aware that there are still room for improvement in this edition, hence with all humility willing to accept constructive suggestions and feedback for improvements to the publication for the next editions. The editorial board would like to thank the University, all editors and reviewers, and contributors of the scientific articles who have provided the repertoire in this issue. We hope that all parties, especially the contributors of the articles, could re-participate for the success of the publication in the next edition on May 2022.  Wassalamu’alaikum Wr. Wb.
Sujono Sujono, Hendra Kusuma
PengabdianMu: Jurnal Ilmiah Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat, Volume 7, pp 355-360; https://doi.org/10.33084/pengabdianmu.v7i2.3305

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This biogas technology program aims to reduce environmental pollution due to the smell of livestock manure and, at the same time, reduce the household economic costs of the farmer group community to buy LPG. The service method is by providing education to farmer groups about the cultivation of beef and dairy cattle, manure as a source of energy and fertilizer, and demonstration plots for biogas production. As the result of the dedication to making Biogas with a capacity of 12 m3, the digester starts to produce gas on the 14th day after being filled with cow dung. The economic value of cooking using Biogas is that it saves rupiah by not buying LPG gas, so on average, it holds 4-5 3 kg LPG cylinders per week or 16-20 LPG cylinders per month. The economic value saved is IDR 320,000 – 400,000 per family per month that uses this biogas fuel. Farmer groups use biogas waste as fertilizer for vegetables and corn. Three main benefits are felt, Biogas as a substitute for LPG, which the community has used. The by-product of Biogas has been used as organic fertilizer. From a social perspective, this program has also educated the public that livestock manure, which the community has considered waste, can provide economic and environmental benefits. The by-product of biogas technology which is processed into solid organic fertilizer, can increase soil nutrients, save costs on purchasing fertilizer, and increase people's income.
Nungki Marlian Yuliadarwati, Kurnia Putri Utami
PengabdianMu: Jurnal Ilmiah Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat, Volume 7, pp 319-323; https://doi.org/10.33084/pengabdianmu.v7i2.2537

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The impact of changes in the physiological system at age is a disturbance and a decrease in sleep quality. A reduction in sleep quality can affect the life expectancy of the elderly. In Indonesia, almost half of the total elderly (50%) have problems with sleep quality and experience serious sleep problems reaching 17%. The island of Java, especially the East Java region, reported about 45% of the elderly experience sleep quality problems. The quality of sleep that does not get proper treatment can affect physical and psychological performance so that the rate of older adults decreases. One of the exercises that can be given is progressive muscle relaxation. Increasing the degree of health in the elderly can be done by progressive muscle relaxation, which aims to increase muscle relaxation so that the elderly are calmer to prepare for physical conditions and body physiology at night when going to sleep. The purpose of community service is to provide education on progressive muscle relaxation exercises to prevent and reduce poor sleep quality in the elderly at the Elderly Posyandu. The methods used were free examinations, counseling, leaflet distribution, and poster installation. The development of community service programs is more optimal with the integration of Posyandu program activities carried out regularly and continuously.
I Putu Candra, , Luh Suariani
PengabdianMu: Jurnal Ilmiah Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat, Volume 7, pp 324-331; https://doi.org/10.33084/pengabdianmu.v7i2.2576

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The development of processing technology for the food industry produces more and more various processed products widely circulated in the market. In the context of empowering rural communities, namely by increasing knowledge, attitudes, skills, and behavior, it is necessary to develop a plan of activities and assistance according to the needs of the community. Traditional street food is one of the foods that must be preserved and maintained in each area to maintain local wisdom. This service activity was carried out at the Kusuma Dewi Women Farmers Group in Segah Hamlet, Asahduren Village, Pekutatan District, Jembrana Regency, Bali. quality. Partners do not understand entrepreneurial knowledge, so it is necessary to provide an understanding of the production and marketing of processed traditional snacks. The way to overcome the problems faced by partners is to actively and explore community participation, provide appropriate technology for processing traditional snacks; provide knowledge on good processing methods, processing hygiene and hygiene, product packaging and labeling, marketing, and entrepreneurship; provide bookkeeping knowledge, and provide equipment assistance. The results of this activity are the use of appropriate technology in processing traditional snacks, understanding the application of processing methods and good sanitation conditions in food processing, increasing partner turnover, and increasing product quality and quantity.
PengabdianMu: Jurnal Ilmiah Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat, Volume 7, pp 348-354; https://doi.org/10.33084/pengabdianmu.v7i2.2697

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There is a paradigm shift in the assessment of school/madrasah accreditation from an administration-based assessment (compliance) to a performance-based evaluation or rule to principles. AISP-2020 was developed with an emphasis on evaluating four assessment components, namely Graduate Quality, Learning Process, Teacher Quality, and School/Madrasah Management. The existence of these changes requires schools that will be the targets of accreditation need to understand the new instrument. This community service aims to provide insight and increase understanding of the 2020 IASP for school principals and supervisors. This service activity was carried out well and ran smoothly according to the previously planned plan. Socialization participants can understand IASP-2020 through test activities by filling out performance achievements with an accreditation simulation model. Thus this training can increase the knowledge and understanding of school principals and supervisors in South Barito Regency.
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