PengabdianMu: Jurnal Ilmiah Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat

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ISSN / EISSN : 25026828 / 26544385
Current Publisher: Universitas Muhammadiyah Palangkaraya (10.33084)
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Abustan Abustan, Wiyogo Wiyogo, Jhonni Rentas Duling
PengabdianMu: Jurnal Ilmiah Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat, Volume 5, pp 97-105; doi:10.33084/pengabdianmu.v5i1.1121

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Oil palm plantations on peatlands have a high acidity level and have an unstable soil structure. In the rainy season, the land surface tends to be slippery and stick to vehicle footwear or tires. While in the dry season, the soil is dry, flammable, and dusty, especially if it is passed by a four-wheeled vehicle with a significant weight and size. Farmers transport the harvest of palm fruit using a small size conveyance, a type of �arco� capacity 50-70 kg, plastic drum capacity 40-50 kg, and peninsula capacity 30-40 kg. The process of transporting palm fruit from harvest to the mill takes a long time, potentially harming farmers due to �restan fruit� (palm oil is loose from the stem). The leading cause is the conveyance that is used in small volumes and is done by human labor. Palm fruit to stay fresh arrived at the processing plant with a duration of no more than 2 x 24 hours, if late farmers experience a loss of 10-15% because the weight of the scales is shrinking. The innovation of traditional conveyance capacity 500-750 kg based on used materials has been carried out using a special design that takes into account the carrying capacity, labor, road conditions, and timeliness so that the fruit does not become �restan.� Farmers are much helped both in terms of energy, process (time), transport volume, and can be operated on peatlands in both the rainy or dry season.
Nurul Mawaddah, Yudha Laga Hadi Kusuma, Mujiadi Mujiadi, Siti Rachmah, Anndy Prastya, Arief Fardiansyah
PengabdianMu: Jurnal Ilmiah Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat, Volume 5, pp 39-45; doi:10.33084/pengabdianmu.v5i1.963

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The implementation of posyandu for the elderly is not optimal and the lack of understanding of the elderly about the posyandu for the elderly causes a lack of participation and utilization of services by the elderly. This community service activity is carried out at the Posyandu Elderly in Sumbertebu Village with the aim to improve the skills of posyandu cadres and increase the participation of the elderly coming to the Posyandu. Revitalization activities include cadre training activities, making health promotion media, socializing the use of elderly posyandu through visits to elderly homes, assisting the implementation of elderly posyandu, and carrying out development activities in the form of elderly gymnastics (sports and group therapy (education). the results of this community service include increasing cadre skills in implementing posyandu and increasing the number of elderly visits to posyandu, optimizing the main service activities in posyandu and development activities capable of increasing the motivation of elderly people to come to the elderly posyandu.
Sabinus Beni, Blasius Manggu
PengabdianMu: Jurnal Ilmiah Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat, Volume 5, pp 67-71; doi:10.33084/pengabdianmu.v5i1.986

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The implementation of the Technical Guidance for Supervision of Cooperative Supervision of Bengkayang Regency is carried out by the Department of Cooperatives, Small and Medium Enterprises, Labor, and Transmigration of Bengkayang Regency in responding to the conditions of 189 Cooperatives in Bengkayang Regency with 125 Active Cooperatives and only 24 Cooperatives that have conducted Annual Member Meetings. The purpose of this activity is to provide technical guidance to 30 cooperative supervisors to be able to maximize the oversight function so that 125 cooperatives actively carry out the Annual Member Meeting. The method of implementing the activity begins with the presentation of material and questions and answers. In general, participants understood about cooperative supervision management material and committed to implementing it, especially by encouraging each cooperative's management and employees to hold annual Member Meetings regularly.
Patricia Gita Naully, Perdina Nursidika, Indria Astuti
PengabdianMu: Jurnal Ilmiah Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat, Volume 5, pp 53-58; doi:10.33084/pengabdianmu.v5i1.974

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An increasing number of people living with HIV/AIDS among housewives is increasing every time. Providing education to women in terms of reproductive health rights and fighting stigma against people with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) is the key to prevention. Community service aims to provide training to housewives in the context of prevention of the spread of HIV/AIDS in housewives. The method of community service is done by presenting material in the form of lectures and learning media. Participants are given a pretest and post-test to assess the effectiveness of the training. The results of community service show that all participants can take part in the training and improve in terms of knowledge. All participants will also conduct similar training on other housewives. Conclusion Housewife training activities to prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS can increase understanding of the disease. Further service is expected to be continued with cadres participating in the training, who can provide training to other housewives.
Aminah Ekawati, Winda Agustina, Hajjah Rafiah
PengabdianMu: Jurnal Ilmiah Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat, Volume 5, pp 46-52; doi:10.33084/pengabdianmu.v5i1.971

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SDN Melayu 7 is located in Banjarmasin Tengah and has implemented the 2013 curriculum. There are some problems found from interviews with the principal and some teachers, namely students, are more faced with routine questions and are required to be able to solve problems in the story of the question. While the teacher has difficulty making story questions that are easily understood by students. This activity aims to prepare teachers to know how to arrange story problems based on local wisdom in South Kalimantan to improve creative thinking skills. The approach used is active participant learning. The activity is divided into two stages, and stage I is focused on the question of story problems based on local wisdom in South Kalimantan, while in stage II, it is focused on the question of story problems based on local wisdom that can improve the ability to think creatively. To measure the success of each stage, an understanding questionnaire was given, and the work of the participant groups were seen. The activity is said to be successful if the average questionnaire comprehension is at least 75%. The results of the activity showed the level of understanding of the participants reached 93.61% in stage I and 91.94% in stage II. Also seen from the results of group work it can be concluded that participants can understand well the explanations given by the speakers.
Syamsudin Syamsudin, Aflit Nuryulia Praswati, Siti Fatimah Nurhayati, Siti Zulaekah
PengabdianMu: Jurnal Ilmiah Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat, Volume 5, pp 6-12; doi:10.33084/pengabdianmu.v5i1.913

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Small and Medium Enterprises (IKM) play an important role in the economic growth of Sragen Regency. Efforts to empower SMEs to need to be continued, one of which is by maintaining the availability of fuel. The IKM of Kedawung District currently uses wood fuel but is hampered by the quality of firewood that is less dry. Nata de coco IKM had switched to using LPG, but it was often difficult to get it if they found it at a high price. Wood pellets are an alternative fuel source that can be used by SMIs in Sragen Regency. Sragen Regency already has wood pellet producers located in Kalijambe District. The solution offered at IKM is alternative energy biomass wood pellets. The Community Partnership Program (PKM) to be carried out is in the form of production in the form of introduction of wood pellet biomass energy and management in the form of calculating the feasibility of using wood pellets for business development. The PKM activity plan includes training and socialization of wood pellet biomass energy, the introduction of wood pellet stoves, training on the use of wood pellet stoves. The target of this PKM activity output is the IKM of Sragen Regency to get knowledge and skills to use alternative energy biomass wood pellets as fuel
Arum Meiranny, Rr Catur Leny Wulandari, Alfiah Rahmawati, Muliatul Jannah
PengabdianMu: Jurnal Ilmiah Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat, Volume 5, pp 33-38; doi:10.33084/pengabdianmu.v5i1.939

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Anxiety is an object of uncertainty. Pregnant mothers' anxiety when facing the pregnancy process is different. Nearly 60% of pregnant women do not routinely perform ANC and most women worry about being referred to the hospital during labor, so many feel anxious. In fact, these complications can basically be detected earlier if the mother routinely and obediently performs an ANC. The solution to this problem is to reduce anxiety and optimize the motivation of pregnant women to develop a program to increase the knowledge of pregnant women and the compliance of pregnant women to carry out ANC with a discussion approach among pregnant women through the formation of Prenatal Classes. The form of science and technology transfer begins with a pre-test and ends with a post-test, education is delivered with an easy-to-understand method that provides material about: nutrition for pregnant women, discomfort of pregnant women, danger signs for pregnant women, preparation for delivery, preparation for breastfeeding, postpartum birth control, and pregnancy exercise. All participants also immediately did pregnancy exercise at the time of implementation according to instructions from the proposing team. In addition, fellow participants also discussed and exchanged experiences about their pregnancy. The anxiety level of pregnant women from the pre-test and post-test results decreased by 6.85%, participants felt calmer in dealing with the process of pregnancy, especially in the face of childbirth. The most important thing for this activity is that the mother will teach other pregnant women.
Andi Silfiana, Sugiyanto Sugiyanto, Chrecencya Nirmalarumsari
PengabdianMu: Jurnal Ilmiah Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat, Volume 5, pp 13-23; doi:10.33084/pengabdianmu.v5i1.931

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Real Work Lecture Program-Community Empowerment Learning (KKN-PPM) STIKES Bhakti Pertiwi Luwu Raya Palopo is one of the community service activities carried out routinely by universities. The KKN PPM concept is intended to change the concept of "working for the community" to "working with the community". In addition, to improve its contextualization, KKN-PPM is carried out by changing the development paradigm into an empowerment paradigm. Purpose: The KKN-PPM activities are aimed at empowering and fostering the community to live healthy so that the health status of the village community can be fulfilled. The KKN-PPM implementation program is carried out using two models: the eco-e-development model, and the Center for Environment and Societal model. KKN-PPM activities have produced simple air filters in each hamlet in the village of Loeha with basic materials that can be obtained by residents in the village of Loeha. The incidence of diarrhea decreased or was not included in the list of most diseases in the working area of Bantilang Public Health Center. Increased knowledge and skills of the community about clean water sanitation management technology. It is expected that the level of public health in the village of Loeha can improve. Increase the soul of clean and healthy life, so that they can utilize a larger air source than a clean air source to save community life. The people of Loeha Village are very responsive to this activity, specifically, in making simple clean air filtration, this is evidenced by the considerable number of people present.
Dartiwen Dartiwen, Cucu Nurmala
PengabdianMu: Jurnal Ilmiah Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat, Volume 5, pp 1-5; doi:10.33084/pengabdianmu.v5i1.903

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Fertile Age Women (WUS) are women whose reproductive organs function well between the ages of 20 and 45 years. In Juntiweden Village, there are still many pregnant women who have a high risk so that health workers need to develop practical skills to improve maternal health. One of our approaches is through community service activities by counseling women of childbearing age who aim to increase knowledge to prevent high-risk pregnancies caused by "4 Terlalu" as an effort to improve women's reproductive health. The counseling method uses adult learning methods, including discussion, question and answer, and video screenings. The description of the activity is carried out pretest in advance by using a questionnaire, giving material then carried out posttest. The results of the 50 people the number of participants found that before counseling (pretest) there were 44 people (88%) with less knowledge and six people (12%) with enough knowledge, whereas after being given counseling (posttest) results obtained 50 people (100%) good knowledge. This means that there is an increase in WUS knowledge about preventing high-risk pregnancies after getting counseling. This dedication activity can increase the knowledge of WUS in efforts to prevent high-risk pregnancies from reducing the number of maternal and infant deaths caused by 4 Terlalu.
Arwildayanto Arwildayanto, Setyo Utoyo
PengabdianMu: Jurnal Ilmiah Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat, Volume 5, pp 24-32; doi:10.33084/pengabdianmu.v5i1.938

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The goal of the Smart Village Pilot (RDC) in Bakti Village, Pulubala District of Gorontalo Regency conducted by Gorontalo State University students following the Sibermnas Lecture (KKS) work program is to transform mindsets, ways of working in the community to improve quality of life, economy, skills, expertise, management and governance village governance supported by innovation and technology transfer. The KKS method is carried out using community empowerment techniques by students interactively related to indicators towards RDC. Programs that have been implemented involve stakeholders, including training on village government financial governance, with the Head of the Gorontalo Province Regional Treasury Office, training on village governance by the KKS Supervisor, Socialization of maternal and child health, enhancing creative economy through the use of the environment for Family Medicinal Plants together with the Chairperson of PKK District. Gorontalo, Socialization of Basic Rights of Children, Community Protection from HIV/AIDS and Cervical Cancer by the Chairperson of the Child Protection Commission, Chairperson of the HIV/AIDS Assistant Team and Chairperson of the Gorontalo Province PKK Movers Team, Greening and planting of plant seedlings productive by the Central Watershed Management and Protection Forest District. Bone Bolango, Improved internet network infrastructure by the Gorontalo Telkomsel, Smart Cars by FIP UNG, trash bins by the Gorontalo Provincial Treasury Regional Office.
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