PengabdianMu: Jurnal Ilmiah Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat

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ISSN / EISSN : 2502-6828 / 2654-4385
Published by: Universitas Muhammadiyah Palangkaraya (10.33084)
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, Pujastuti Sulistyaning Dyah
PengabdianMu: Jurnal Ilmiah Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat, Volume 6, pp 391-399; doi:10.33084/pengabdianmu.v6i4.1857

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Chili is a widely cultivated plant by farmers in the Ngentak sub-village, Seloharjo Village, Pundong District, Bantul Regency, Special Region of Yogyakarta. In general, chili is sold as a fresh product or utilized for daily consumption. However, chili price fluctuation, especially during the harvest season and exacerbated by the Covid-19 pandemic, sometimes causes farmers to experience losses since there is a limited alternative of chili processed products. This community service aims to find an alternative of chili processed products to increase the added value of chili and as an alternative to increasing farmers' income during a pandemic. The methods used are survey, observation, and training. The result of this community service program is the development of processed chili products in the form of chili powder which can be an alternative to processed chili-based products when the chili price falls. This activity involves the Women Farmers Group as well as enlivens the group activities. Besides being an alternative to processed chili products, the development of this chili powder product can also be part of an effort to increase farmers' income, especially during a pandemic.
PengabdianMu: Jurnal Ilmiah Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat, Volume 6, pp 427-433; doi:10.33084/pengabdianmu.v6i4.1924

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Hydroponics is a method of growing crops without using soil media but with a nutrient solution of minerals or other materials. The media used includes household waste, such as used bottles, buckets, hoses, pots, paralon, stove wicks, and other household items. This technique can be applied to the yard of the house to produce vegetables for the family. The purpose of the service is that the Mungku Baru Village Community can optimize their yards for agricultural crop cultivation using a floating raft hydroponic system and duck bucket to improve food security during the Covid-19/post-covid-19 pandemics. The activity was carried out in Mungku Baru Village, Rakumpit District, Palangka Raya City in August 2020. The method of this activity is by way of counseling and workshops or extension activities, and the practice of making simple hydroponics statically, namely by explaining simple hydroponic cultivation techniques directly and demonstrating them, and activity participants are given simple hydroponic cultivation pamphlets as a guide to hydroponic techniques in their homes. As a result of this activity, the community has prepared a hydroponic place, followed by preparing plant life media, sowing seeds, planting seeds, and making hydroponic solutions directly. They know the dosage of using the hydroponic nutrient solution in its application. The community cultivates vegetables with a simple hydroponic method placed on the terraces and yards of the house with vegetables that are easy to grow, harvest quickly, and easy to maintain.
Daniel Ari Widhiatama, Dangin Dangin
PengabdianMu: Jurnal Ilmiah Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat, Volume 6, pp 400-405; doi:10.33084/pengabdianmu.v6i4.1877

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The application of CALL (Computer Assisted Language Learning) and MALL (Mobile Assisted Language Learning) based technology in language learning in the classroom is not new in this era. A variety of applications are available for free on the internet. However, the knowledge of teachers in Indonesia about the functions and ways of implementing these applications is still low. With this training, it is hoped that teachers will be increasingly able to use CALL and MALL-based applications and explain the pedagogical side simultaneously.
Fitriani Ningsih, Rizki Muji Lestari, Siti Santy Sianipar
PengabdianMu: Jurnal Ilmiah Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat, Volume 6, pp 376-381; doi:10.33084/pengabdianmu.v6i4.1847

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In breastfeeding, not all mothers can breastfeed exclusively. One of the main obstacles is the physical and psychological conditions of the postpartum mother. The low self-confidence of the mother about the success of breastfeeding can reduce the production of mother's milk. This condition greatly inhibits the release of breast milk, so that it impacts the risk of failure to achieve exclusive breastfeeding. The purpose of this activity is carried out as an effort to prepare pregnant women in the third trimester of exclusive breastfeeding. The methods used in this activity are lectures, demonstrations, and practices. The results of this activity were attended by 30 pregnant women in the third trimester. During the activity, the mothers were very enthusiastic; this was evident in the increase in their knowledge before and after being given information. In addition, during the hypnobreastfeeding and massage oxytocin training, the mother seemed comfortable and relaxed when participating in this activity
Iin Khusnul Khotimah, Yuspihana Fitrial, Yasmin Finivera Putri, Rizqina Ananda Putri
PengabdianMu: Jurnal Ilmiah Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat, Volume 6, pp 356-363; doi:10.33084/pengabdianmu.v6i4.1868

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Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) "Cici" savory chicken sticks are local food-based community businesses in Sekumpul Village, Martapura District, Banjar Regency, South Kalimantan. When facing the Covid-19 outbreak, their business has stopped operating for the last four months because the price of raw chicken is very high. Therefore, it is necessary to provide other technological innovations so that they can continue to develop these businesses. The potential of catfish as a raw material for chicken substitutes in this village is available because the price is lower and easy to obtain at the Martapura market. The purpose of this activity is to utilize catfish in meatball processing. The methods used are counseling, demonstration, participatory and mentoring. The results obtained from the implementation of service are partners can utilize catfish as an effort to use cheaper and easier raw materials in meatball processing, increase chicken meatballs production capacity through processing catfish meatballs, and processing catfish meatballs as a diversification solution for processed meatball products with fill healthy vegetables in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Nur Hudha Wijaya, , Wisnu Kartika
PengabdianMu: Jurnal Ilmiah Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat, Volume 6, pp 321-326; doi:10.33084/pengabdianmu.v6i4.1835

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The potential of Wirokerten Village, Banguntapan District, Bantul Regency, Yogyakarta Special Region is quite a lot. The potentials were tourist villages, herbal medicines, BUMDes (fishing, paving block factory construction, hydroponics, and waste sorting). Currently, Wirokerten village had four hectares of land for fisheries which BUMDes manage. However, some things were a problem for the fish breeder group: the absence of water filters for pools so that the water was free from harmful bacteria, water that lack oxygen in each pool, so it could not be used for fish breeding, and lack of lighting at the location of the pool, because the lighting was taken from residents' homes by pulling long cables while the distance from residential areas was quite far. The solution to these problems requires supporting technology to realize the expectations of fish farmer groups, namely portable aerators and pool lighting and water filters to sterilize waste in pool water reservoirs. The purpose of this community service was to help fish farming groups to be able to do fish breeding and rearing independently with the help of aerators and portable lighting and to be able to filter water in pool water reservoirs before it flows into each pool plot.
Fida Muthia, , Ichsan Hamidi
PengabdianMu: Jurnal Ilmiah Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat, Volume 6, pp 327-332; doi:10.33084/pengabdianmu.v6i4.1836

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One of the reasons for the emergence of the sandwich generation is the inability of parents to plan for retirement. One of the ways to break the sandwich generation chain is to do good financial management and planning. Good financial planning usually needs to be supported by a good level of financial literacy. One reason for the lack of knowledge in retirement planning is the low level of financial literacy in society. Therefore, it needs efforts to increase retirement planning knowledge to reduce the number of sandwich generation in Indonesia. The purpose of this service activity is to increase financial literacy in teachers and introduce retirement planning. The implementation of this community service activity is carried out using the lecture and discussion method. Activities are carried out in the form of webinars using the Zoom application. From the results of these community service activities, it can be assumed that there are still many teachers who do not realize the importance of preparing for pension funds. This is due to a lack of understanding of retirement planning.
, Jihan Srikandhia Purnama, Yusni Nuryanti, Rizki Dika Agustin, Ririn Desriani, Mega Utami Putri
PengabdianMu: Jurnal Ilmiah Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat, Volume 6, pp 364-368; doi:10.33084/pengabdianmu.v6i4.1845

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The healthy living community movement (GERMAS) is a continuous and organized activity carried out jointly by all components of the nation with awareness, desires, and the ability to behave in a healthy manner to improve the quality of life. In improving the quality of healthy life in everyday life, it is necessary to have more extensive knowledge about GERMAS to implement it. Therefore, further education needs to be done one of them by doing physical activity through elderly exercise. The goal in the intervention of community service activities is to improve the health status of the elderly. The method used in this intervention is counseling. The stages are lectures, questions and answers, discussions, and elderly exercises. The intervention target was the elderly in Sorowajan Hamlet who was very enthusiastic and gave positive responses and actively participated in this activity. With this activity, the elderly in Sorowajan Hamlet became more aware of non-communicable diseases (hypertension) and how to prevent them as well as knowing how to maintain quality of life, one of them by physical activity.
Rahmawati Budi Mulyani, Lilies Supriati, Melhanah Melhanah, Susi Kresnatita
PengabdianMu: Jurnal Ilmiah Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat, Volume 6, pp 369-375; doi:10.33084/pengabdianmu.v6i4.1846

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Lebak swamp weeds such as Kayambang (Salvinia molesta) grow abundantly. They can be used as compost, which effectively improves soil fertility, increasing nutrients N, P, and P K quickly and environmentally friendly. The effectiveness of compost fertilizer needs to be increased by adding indigenous microbes as decomposers and biological agents to control plant diseases. The activities carried out to empower horticultural farmer groups on sandy land in Tanjung Pinang Village, Palangka Raya are through socialization, training in composting with three types of antagonist fungus Trichoderma sp. (Trichocompost), facilitate the procurement of weed chopping machines, assist farmers in horticultural crop cultivation, and increase farmers' independence in self-supporting organic fertilizers. The use of Kayambang as Trichocompost with microbial decomposers and indigenous biological agents is new knowledge for partner farmers. The application of Trichocompost on the demonstration plots shows that eggplant plant growth and yields are excellent, meaning that Trichocompost can improve the fertility of sandy soils. Farmers participating in the training stated that the use of Trichocompost could reduce farming costs because it can substitute for manure that has been used by farmers and can meet the self-help needs of organic fertilizers. Participants wanted an advanced mentoring program because the farmers had not yet mastered the isolation or propagation of biological agents and decomposer microbes.
Faisal Nomaini, Muhammad Husni Thamrin, Oemar Madri Bafadhal
PengabdianMu: Jurnal Ilmiah Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat, Volume 6, pp 382-390; doi:10.33084/pengabdianmu.v6i4.1849

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Practitioners and academics are faced with problems about why public policy fails to achieve its goals and is met with resistance from the public. This then led to the birth of an evidence-based policy (EBP) concept that is trusted and has been proven to increase policy success. Unfortunately, this concept has not yet reached the village government level. Therefore, this community service aims to socialize this concept and put it into practice by taking a case study on the environmental resilience index as one of the compilations of the village developing index (IDM). We took a case study in Desa Lorok, Kecamatan Indralaya Utara, Kabupaten Ogan Ilir for several reasons, such as governance and their readiness to accept this new concept. This community service is a model for implementing EBP by the needs and characteristics of the community because it is formulated jointly between us as academics and the community. Another result is policy recommendations for increasing environmental resilience by focusing on the criteria composing the index.
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