Jurnal Inovasi Hasil Pengabdian Masyarakat (JIPEMAS)

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ISSN / EISSN : 2654-282X / 2621-783X
Current Publisher: Universitas Islam Malang (10.33474)
Total articles ≅ 63
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Aniek Rumijati, Nurul Asfiah, Yulist Rima Fiandari
Jurnal Inovasi Hasil Pengabdian Masyarakat (JIPEMAS), Volume 4, pp 90-99; doi:10.33474/jipemas.v4i1.9049

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The development of Café Sawah as Village Tourism in Pujon Kidul is very important because it has an impact on improving the community's economy. So far, various dairy products by MSEs that are fostered by ‘Aisyiyah are sticks and crackers as typical souvenirs from Pujon Kidul Tourism. The souvenirs are still not packaged attractively. Product packaging is an effective marketing strategy in managing the end of production, until it is accepted by the end consumers. As a tourist area that is crowded with visitors, good and effective processing of souvenirs is a solution that can be offered to visitors as souvenirs. The purpose of this community service is to improve good packaging, elegant design, easy to carry and able to maintain the quality of the product during the trip. This community service methods are observation, audience and active participation, in order to increase the value of souvenir products with more attractive packaging, safe and comfortable, with local wisdom. The result of this community service is packaging that has an attractive design, an elegant impression of the product, improving of the product values, and so, it becomes a promotional medium when it is brought to a new place as a souvenir, and then, it will subsequently have impact on increasing the welfare of the surrounding community, especially MSEs fostered by ‘Aisyiyah.
F. Deru Dewanti, Guniarti Guniarti, Agus Sulistyono, Yonny Koentjoro, Liliek Liliek
Jurnal Inovasi Hasil Pengabdian Masyarakat (JIPEMAS), Volume 4, pp 118-127; doi:10.33474/jipemas.v4i1.9108

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The problem is the abundance of untapped teak wood waste that has an impact on environmental pollution. The purpose of this community service activities is to develop an agro-industrial area and become a marketing platform for wood waste processing products. The service activities include: (1) programing preparation and socialization stage, (2) programing and to do exhibition assistance training, (3) monitoring and evaluation, (4) Marketing and promotion. The results obtained from processed teak waste are in the form of vehicle souvenirs such as cars, vespa, motorbikes, rickshaws, mineral water containers, fruit containers, and ashtrays which have been exhibited as superior products at the sub-district level. This program is implemented by UPN Veteran East Java together with Soerja Ngawi University and the Ngawi Food Security Agency. Activities carried out include comparative studies, mentoring, apprenticeship, procurement of tools and training for making souvenirs from waste, and marketing for groups of craftsmen. Waste processing is beneficial for the community in increasing knowledge and skills, increasing community income, and making the regional superior product of Ngawi Regency. Environmental pollution can be overcome by utilizing waste into superior products.
Shelly Kusumarini R, Salas Salma Sholekhah, Fane Vandania, Zaky Indana Lazulfa
Jurnal Inovasi Hasil Pengabdian Masyarakat (JIPEMAS), Volume 4, pp 134-143; doi:10.33474/jipemas.v4i1.9105

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Cases of intestinal worms or often referred to as neglected tropical diseases are a global problem that occurs in society. Groups of school-age children are more susceptible to being infected by parasitic worms transmitted through the soil (Soil-Transmitted Helminth). The dangers of STH infection in children are impaired nutrient absorption, malnutrition, weight loss, and cognitive decline. The problem at SDN Karangkembang is that student activities are closely related to the risk factors of STH transmission, namely, playing sand without footwear, not washing hands, hawker vendors around the school who are less hygienic. Also, there are no adequate handwashing facilities in schools. Based on these problems, the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, UB initiated a community service program namely worm socialization and prevention efforts through the application of personal hygiene. The results obtained during this community service activity are that 83% of students have carried out the practice of cleanliness very well, then 9% of students have carried out well, 4% of students carry out adequately and 4% of students are still lacking. This community service activity can coordinate all students, teachers, and parents to commit to always apply personal hygiene to improve the quality of life both at school and at home.
Wahyuni Eka Sari, Yulianto Yulianto, Eko Junirianto, Annafi Franz, Syafei Karim, Ida Maratul Khamidah
Jurnal Inovasi Hasil Pengabdian Masyarakat (JIPEMAS), Volume 4, pp 10-18; doi:10.33474/jipemas.v4i1.7174

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Nowadays, Branding or marketing share has evolved from creating images to video. The appropriate videos promotions can increase consumer interest in buying products. The suitable video can provide an positive image to consumers of a product or service. However, there are many obstacles in making interesting branding with video, such as the technique of taking pictures and creating an interesting storyline, the ability to package interesting videos such as editing sound and images, dubbing and then adding text. Solution for the problem, a community service program was carried out by the Politeknik Pertanian Negeri Samarinda to owners of micro, small and medium businesses (UMKM) in Samarinda. Implementation of this activity is carried out for a one-day workshop and then online mentoring for one week. The method of implementation is with lectures, practices, discussions and then questions and answers. This activity was attended by 30 participants. From 30 participants there were 28 participants who succeeded in making a video branding with a duration of 1 to 2 minutes.
Aulia Rahmawati, Ririn Puspita Tutiasri
Jurnal Inovasi Hasil Pengabdian Masyarakat (JIPEMAS), Volume 4, pp 69-77; doi:10.33474/jipemas.v4i1.7841

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Based on recent researches, there is an alarming rate of children addiction towards online games, from the mild ones to the heavy ones. These community empowerment activities focus upon the educational purposes for elementary school children in developing healthy games-online habits. Games online were chosen because they posed more risks in comparison to offline games since the anonymity in the virtual world. Initial interviews, FGDs and training were methods chosen and were continued with educational activities and advocacy. From the initial reviews, it was found that many school-aged children have their own gadgets and have their own social media accounts. It was also found that students spent 2 to 4 hours per day using their gadgets, mostly playing online games without parental supervision. This community empowerment act produces several recommendation and suggestions responding to these problems. Firstly, we recommend children to be open to their parents in regards of their online activities (including games they participate daily). Secondly, we recommend children not to engage in private conversation with strangers in virtual worlds. Thirdly, we also advocate children to produce creative contents instead of being passive consumers. Further advocacies and trainings are needed and will be organise after the school is safe and open after Covid-19 pandemic.
Ika Yuniwati, Anggra Fiveriaty, Ninik Sri Rahayu, Muhammad Rizki Azizi, Moh Nur Affandi
Jurnal Inovasi Hasil Pengabdian Masyarakat (JIPEMAS), Volume 4, pp 46-56; doi:10.33474/jipemas.v4i1.8632

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Bamboo is a very easy plant found in Indonesia. This plant is very easy to grow and develops into many especially in tropical climates, so the bamboo is mostly grown on the river banks. Bamboo utilization is one form of an abundance of bamboo influences. Bamboo is widely used for the needs of making household and various kinds of crafts as well as wicker. This webbing is sold as a source for the makers’ income. Gintangan is a village located in Banyuwangi whose majority of people have the expertise of making wicker. Manufacture of webbing that requires thin bamboo sheets as raw material woven. Development of a bamboo ambush machine is needed to assist the partner in Gintangan Village as a tool to accelerate the process of making bamboo slices thin so that the manufacturing process becomes faster at the partner in Sanggar Kerajinan Bambu Karya Nyata. This bamboo-absorbing tool was developed to accelerate the process without having to do manual bamboo watering which is very time-consuming. The presence of these machines can increase the production of webbing rapidly and can increase the profit of partners because it reduces the cost for employees of the bamboo shredder.
, Agata Iwan Candra, Silvi Rushanti Widodo, Ariadi Santoso, Budi Heryanto, Eko Winarti, Afif Nur Rahmadi
Jurnal Inovasi Hasil Pengabdian Masyarakat (JIPEMAS), Volume 4, pp 36-45; doi:10.33474/jipemas.v4i1.7524

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The spread of Covid-19 in Indonesia has begun to increase from April 2020, this is because there are still many people who have not implemented the prevention of transmission such as one of them using masks. Observations made at crowded places such as traditional markets found that many people do not use masks due to the scarcity of masks in the market. The methods of making the masks and disinfectant booths aims to help the community, especially in the Kediri region which was affected by the spread of Covid-19. The masks and disinfectant booth products are carried out independently by the Kadiri University in collaboration with the students, lecturers, and alumni of Kadiri University, where the products will be submitted as a form of social service to people in need such as the traditional market in Grogol Village, Kediri Regency. In addition to distributing masks to the public, also given education through socialization the importance of doing a form of prevention of the spread of Covid-19 by always washing hands regularly, keep a distance, and always use a mask.
Erna Dyah Kusumawati, Sasmini Sasmini, Adriana Grahani Firdausy
Jurnal Inovasi Hasil Pengabdian Masyarakat (JIPEMAS), Volume 4, pp 100-110; doi:10.33474/jipemas.v4i1.9048

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The number of victims of domestic violence in Indonesia is still considerably high. The aims of this community service are threefold. The first aim is to share knowledge with the community. Second is to increase the community’s legal awareness of the issue, and the third aim is to perform one task of the Tri Dharma Perguruan Tinggi. Such sharing knowledge is deemed to be beneficial both for the community and the university. This community service employed both lecturing and interactive discussion methods. Lecturing was used to deliver the materials, and discussion was used to further explore topics relating to the issues. These methods enable society’s acceptance and understanding. Prior to this activity, most participants did not comprehend the meaning of gender equality and its significant influence on family life. The participants informed that some forms of domestic violence occur in the neighbourhood. Previously, they were of the opinion that such incidents were families’ private matters. They neither have rights nor obligations to interfere. As community members, they have an obligation to prevent such incidents from happening and could also assist in protecting the victims by informing the police or local institutions established for prevention and handling domestic violence
Nurika Restuningdiah, Primasa Minerva Nagari, Fatma Dwi Jati, Aulia Azzardina
Jurnal Inovasi Hasil Pengabdian Masyarakat (JIPEMAS), Volume 4, pp 144-152; doi:10.33474/jipemas.v4i1.9140

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Indonesia is the second largest contributor to plastic waste after China. Despite the regulation, waste management in Indonesia has not met the standards of waste management that are environmentally sound. This forfeits the benefits of the waste management itself and brings negative impacts on public health and environment. This condition is aggravated by the costly access towards health facility. For this reason, socialization regarding waste management is needed. In addition, this program is equipped with an introduction towards waste bank and waste insurance as a practical solution. The existence of both options are expected to solve the problem of waste and health services for the community. The program aimed to help residents of RW 014 Kelurahan Tulusrejo, Malang City to comprehend the types of waste, separation of waste by category, impact on health, recycling and other details. The meetings were carried out twice from March to October 2020. The result of the agenda is that the residents continue to process waste using composter and are expected to form an independent waste bank management for local residents. Further, they are encouraged to learn more about waste insurance to manage the local waste in a more environment friendly manner.
Mustakim Mustakim, Hamim Farhan, Agustien Lilawati, Ode Mohamad Man Arfa Ladamay, Musayyachah Musayyachah, Rina Sekar Pratiwi
Jurnal Inovasi Hasil Pengabdian Masyarakat (JIPEMAS), Volume 4, pp 19-35; doi:10.33474/jipemas.v4i1.7236

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Advances in technology and the times are increasingly global, require parents to adapt quickly to the changing times. The childcare has traditionally had started at the left along with the era of increasingly apparent disruption in sight. Parenting training objectives early childhood in an era of disruption is a response from the busyness of parents in making a living, rapid advances in technology, the rise of gadgets, social media, youtube, online games, and negative news. Training delivery methods using lectures, discussions and brainstorming group. Training processes with the assessment phase, the implementation phase, and the phase of assessment and evaluation phase. Training results illustrate that parents have started to realize the education of children in the age of disruption, the use of technology-based smart parenting, immune selfer, character education and religious values in accordance with the teachings of the Prophet. Parents educate children to have manners, polite, obedient worship, and establish good relationships with others, as well as parents provide love, security, smart in dealing with the times.
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