Darmabakti Cendekia: Journal of Community Service and Engagements

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ISSN / EISSN : 2657-201X / 2657-1099
Current Publisher: Universitas Airlangga (10.20473)
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Novyandri Taufik Bahtera, Hanifiyah Yuliatul Hijriah, Himmatul Kholidah
Darmabakti Cendekia: Journal of Community Service and Engagements, Volume 2, pp 46-50; doi:10.20473/dc.v2.i2.2020.46-50

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Background: Strengthening of economic added value in overcoming the problem of poverty in Sidoarjo Regency through the participation of community organizations, one of which is the Muhammadiyah organization through fostering micro-businesses. But apparently there are still problems faced by most members of micro entrepreneurs who are incorporated in the form of inadequate abilities from the aspect of insight and skills. Purpose: This activity aims to increase the capacity of these micro entrepreneurs through a training in the field of financial administration records and product marketing Methods: The method used contains active training, discussion, and practice by organizing workshops and training in financial administration and tax development, and also implementation of practicing online marketing development training with the latest technology such as the use of e-commerce. Results: Micro entrepreneurs have gained insights and abilities in managing business financial administration, taxation for micro entrepreneurs and digital marketing. Conclusion: Partners can improve business competitiveness through increased skills related to the preparation of financial administration, micro business tax literacy and increased marketing through digital marketing.
Junairiah Junairiah, Tri Nurhariyati, Listijani Suhargo
Darmabakti Cendekia: Journal of Community Service and Engagements, Volume 2, pp 58-61; doi:10.20473/dc.v2.i2.2020.58-61

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Background: Keputih Village is located in eastern Surabaya. The boundary of this village is the river. Areas on the river banks are overgrown with wild plants and poorly maintained. One way to overcome the dysfunctional land around the river is by cultivating medicinal plants with verticulture techniques. Purpose: The implementation of this program is to overcome the dysfunctional land around the Keputih Village’s river by cultivating medicinal plants in verticulture techniques and provide training in the manufacture of herbal products from the cultivation of medicinal plants and provide financial management training to the local residents. Methods: This activity was carried out in 4 stages. Phase I was training in making pots and verticulture shelves as well as planting medicinal plants, Phase II was mentoring in the field, Phase III was training on making herbal products from plants and training on simple bookkeeping, Phase IV was product display. Results: Based on the results of this training showed that the knowledge of the participants related to the training material has increased which shown from the results of the posttest with average of 79,31 and product display. Conclusion: In this activity, beside gaining knowledge, participants can apply this knowledge to increase family income.
Dwiyanti Feriana Ratwita
Darmabakti Cendekia: Journal of Community Service and Engagements, Volume 2, pp 51-57; doi:10.20473/dc.v2.i2.2020.51-57

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Background: Sometimes the artificial teeth break or fracture, so then the patient asks the dentist to repair it. The dentist will then send the denture to be repaired by a dental technician in the dental laboratory. The transfer of work is likely to pose a risk of cross infection (for example: AIDS, hepatitis, tuberculosis, pneumonia and herpes. Objective: To transfer knowledge and technology of dentistry based on community needs objectively to obtain a strong foundation in carrying out health management of dental technicians . Implementation Method: Providing counseling to dental technicians on how to use disinfection materials and using props accompanied by interactive discussion Results: Implementation this programs is conducted at 2 locations in the city of Malang and Kediri Counseling is done by providing knowledge about how to disinfect dentures using chlorhexidine material by spraying it on the entire surface of the denture. Conclusion: The counseling activity which was held for a day received good reception from the participants.The dedication report was prepared to be a reference material in raising awareness of t dental technicians who work in dental laboratories to avoid cross-infection when doing denture repair
Rini Hamsidi, Dwi Setiani Sumardiko, Ilkafah Ilkafah, Edith Frederika Puruhito, Ratna Wahyuni, Maya Septriana, Myrna Adianti, Ario Imandiri, Taufiqurrahman Sidqi
Darmabakti Cendekia: Journal of Community Service and Engagements, Volume 2, pp 76-79; doi:10.20473/dc.v2.i2.2020.76-79

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Background: The corona virus pandemic (COVID-19) is spreading rapidly in a number of countries, including Indonesia. In order to deal with the increasingly widespread COVID-19, the government has established health and safety protocols by staying at home and maintaining distance, washing hands frequently with soap with running water or using hand sanitizers and increasing the body's immune system. One way to increase the immune system is through the use of Family Medicinal Plants (TOGA). Purpose: Transfer of knowledge and technology to An Nisaa 'study group partners through counseling on the use of TOGA by using appropriate technology to produce natural Hand Sanitizer products and instant herbal empon-empon in powder form which makes it easier to use daily. Methods: Methods of extension (lectures and discussions), training and mentoring using the Good Traditional Medicine Manufacturing Method (CPOTB) in producing natural Hand Sanitizer products and instant herbal medicine. Results: The expected result of this program is the use of TOGA by the community, especially partners to produce immune system-enhancing herbal products that are safe and can be stored for a long time to maintain health, especially families during the COVID 19 pandemic. Conclusion: This program increased knowledge and the skills of the An Nisaa 'Rungkut recitation group seen from the enthusiasm and ability of the participants in following and practicing the making of herbal medicine and hand sanitizers.
Annis Catur Adi, Mahmud Aditya Rifqi, Deandra Ardya Regitasari, Vidya Anggarini Rahmasari, Wizara Salisa, Heni Rachmawati
Darmabakti Cendekia: Journal of Community Service and Engagements, Volume 2, pp 66-69; doi:10.20473/dc.v2.i2.2020.66-69

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Background:The development of agro-industry in Indonesia remains facing many obstacles. In addition to the environmental wasteproblem, the low ability to process products leads to their low added value, as faced bypineapple agro-industry associationin Barokah Agro Lestari (BAL). This community service activity is important to improve beneficial and economical value of pineapple agro-industry. Purpose: This activity aims to reduce the environmental burdenof pineapple agro-industry by product by implementing technology to give its added value as well as providing a healthy snack alternative for society. Method: This community service activity is carried out through counseling, training and education related to waste product of pineapple. These activities included the preparation phase, the selection of organic waste of pineapple, bioactive component testing, testing of nutrients and food formulation. Results:The community service program was conducted at PT Karya Masyarakat Mandiri in Subang District and attended by 30 pineapple farmers from Cirangkong village, gathered in Barokah Agro Lestari (BAL). Training was done by administering stages of activity systemically, exposure of the material using visual methods, cooking demonstration for the training activities of processing and product development. Conclusion: Community service activities and training in processing the pineapple stem waste can be a means of empowering local communities. Processing organic waste into food products help improving the community skills and motivation for business development through organic waste treatment.
Ratna Azis Prasetyo, Septi Ariadi, Udji Asiyah
Darmabakti Cendekia: Journal of Community Service and Engagements, Volume 2, pp 62-65; doi:10.20473/dc.v2.i2.2020.62-65

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Background: Gedog batik weaving in Kerek District to become one of the regional superior products that started local development. The MEA era and the industrial revolution 4.0 provide challenges for these creative economies to survive amid increasingly fierce global competition. One of them is by comparison with the shift of consumer tastes. UMKM are those who become Gedog batik weavers who do not understand customer satisfaction at present, which emphasizes the value of goods purchased according to the value used first. UMKM also specializes in mastering digital technology as a marketing medium. Purpose: For this reason, community adoption activities for training and mentoring for batik UMKM participants in making branding to respond to customer convenience and increasing marketing of digital-based products for solutions that support partnerships. Methods: Community service methods are carried out by providing training and practicum on product branding and digital-based marketing for business entrepreneurs or batik artisans. Results: The result of these activity participants who initially did not understand the transition of consumers became aware of the need to do the branding of a digital-based product and marketing. Conclusion: Partners get increased knowledge and skills in digital-based batik marketing to respond to shifting consumer tastes.
Nuzulul Kusuma Putri, Diansanto Prayoga, Syifaul Lailiyah, Ernawaty Ernawaty
Darmabakti Cendekia: Journal of Community Service and Engagements, Volume 2, pp 70-75; doi:10.20473/dc.v2.i2.2020.70-75

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Background: As of December 2018, BPJS Kesehatan has received application from 4,909 people to be registered as non-contribution assistance beneficiary (PBPU) through Gandrung JKN. Number of people to be registered to BPJS as non-contribution assistance beneficiary (PBPU) tends to fluctuate every month and tends to be stagnant in several districts, including in Licin Subdistrict. Most of people in Licin Subdistrict also not familiar with Gandrung JKN program. Objective: This student-community partnership is carried out to minimize the gap in community knowledge about what JKN is and the procedure to be registered in JKN scheme. Method: The role of students in the effort to introduce and register the community in JKN was designed by bringing the community closer to the Banyuwangi Gandrung Program. This community service consists of three stages, including activities in provisioning the students and health cadres about JKN and Gandrung JKN, direct socialization by students in the Licin subdistrict community, and efforts to provide closer access of community to BPJS Kesehatan. Results: The debriefing in the first stage was given directly by the Banyuwangi Branch BPJS Kesehatan to increase students' knowledge of JKN. Students then successfully carried out direct socialization to the Licin subdistrict community. Three villages were successfully accompanied and performed a high level of participation in the socialization session. Community service has also succeeded in bringing people closer to BPJS Kesehatan. Conclusion: The information conveyed in this activity was well received by the community because it was tailor-made according to the information needed by each family. Student assistance sharpens students' ability to communicate and understand JKN. Although the assistance succeeded in increasing the community's knowledge, in the short term it did not significantly increase the desire to register to become a JKN participant.
Riries Rulaningtyas, Abidah Alfi Maritsa, Weni Endahing Warni, Soegianto Soelistiono, Khusnul Ain, Amirul Amalia, Aji Sapta Pramulen, Yusrinourdi Muhammad Zuchruf, Hanif Assyarify, Miranda Syafira Widyananda, et al.
Darmabakti Cendekia: Journal of Community Service and Engagements, Volume 2, pp 38-45; doi:10.20473/dc.v2.i1.2020.38-45

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Background: Posyandu is one of the Indonesian government’s attempt in order to monitor and improve the health and life quality of the community, especially infant. However, the implementation of Posyandu is facing some issues such as low effectiveness and low accuracy during the data collecting process of the infant’s growth and development. Purpose: This study aims to develop an automatic telehealth care product in order to help to increase the effectivity and accuracy in the implementation of Posyandu. Methods: (1) Development of the Telehealth Care Posyandu Application, (2) Implementation of the application in the form of social service program. Result: (1) “Toddler” Telehealth Care Application based in Android and ICT was buith with artificial intelligence of Decision Tree and Random Forest method. Program testing was done with 97.89% accuration score from total 85 infant’s growth data. While from 47 questionnaire data of infant’s development, accuracy score of 83.33% was obtained. (2) Target’s respond on the Telehealth Care Posyandu Application shown the status of “Very Satistified” based on the score of 81% from the satisfaction survey. The satisfaction survey covered three aspects which are: System, User, and Interaction. Conclusion: “Toddler” Telehealth Care Posyandu Application was proven to has high accuracy, sensitivity, and sensitivity score and also resulted in “Very Satisfied” user respond.
Upik Dyah Eka Noviyanti, Nuruddin Nuruddin
Darmabakti Cendekia: Journal of Community Service and Engagements, Volume 2, pp 20-25; doi:10.20473/dc.v2.i1.2020.20-25

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Background: Arosbaya Limestone Hill has now become one of the alternative developing tourist attractions in Madura. The shape of the hill that has sculptures from the rest of the limestone quarry with unique shapes and the red color of the hill blushed into a uniqueness that invited many tourists to this destination. Besides that, its location is easily accessible and not far from other tourist destinations, namely the grave religious site of the Bangkalan Kings “Mother’s Tears” which incidentally are already well-known making the potential of this destination developed quite large. Purpose: The purpose of this activity is to increase the understanding and ability of both managers and residents around the Arobi Kapur Hill attractions in Berbeluk Village Arosbaya District Bangkalan Madura Regency on how to manage a tourist destination. Methods: awareness raising and tourism awareness training in the form of awareness of tourism awareness concepts and Sapta Pesona Wisata, tourism management training and excellent service. Results: From the results of the socialization and training, the manager and the community around the Bukit Kapor Arosbaya tourism object can get attention and gain knowledge and skills regarding aspects in the management and management of attractions. Conclusion: Partners get increased knowledge and skills in managing a destination. So that his hope through this program creates economic independence of citizens, especially young people through the field of tourism, the availability of new jobs for residents, and the availability of sustainable management of attractions.
Siti Eliana Rochmi, Herinda Pertiwi, Agung Budianto Achmad, Retno Sri Wahjuni, Tri Wahyu Suprayogi, Tri Bhawono Dadi
Darmabakti Cendekia: Journal of Community Service and Engagements, Volume 2, pp 15-19; doi:10.20473/dc.v2.i1.2020.15-19

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Background: Subdistrict Parengan has high livestock potential especially Suciharjo Village and Margorejo Village. The existing agricultural waste is not treated properly and livestock cannot reach maximum weights. The provision of quality animal feed is one of the efforts to improve the welfare of the community. Quality of animal feed can be increasing cattle productivity so that the selling value will increase. Purpose: This Community Service activity aims to improve the economic strengthening of the community through breeders through the introduction, dissemination, through technology UMB Herbal based on local resources that can increase the weight gain of beef cattle. UMB Herbal is a concentrate feed that uses raw materials based on raw materials (agriculture) with curcuma which is widely available in the regions. Improving skills makes UMB Herbal can be a provision for the community to be able to increase income. Methods: The method used in community service is the counseling for animal feed and health, training to make UMB Herbal and focus group discussions then applicating of UMB Herbal to pilot cattle. Results: The results of this community service include an increase in beef cattle body weight, decreasing the gastrointestinal worm infestations, and increasing the knowledge and skills of the participants of the community service. Conclusion: Community Service Activities have a positive impact related to the development of beef cattle farms.
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