Journal of Community Development

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EISSN : 2747-2760
Published by: Indonesian Journal Publisher (10.47134)
Total articles ≅ 68

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Rusdiana Setyaningtyas Wachid, Lutfi Ali Muharom
Published: 14 August 2022
Journal of Community Development, Volume 3, pp 243-251;

The partner of this community development program is the Tirta Melati Water Supply and Sanitation System Management Group (KPSPAMS) in Cumedak Village, Sumberjambe District, Jember. The problems faced by partners are: the organization of the customer database has not been carried out in an orderly and systematic manner, didn’t yet have a computer application for financial administration, and payment of drinking water account bills was still carried out conventionally, customers came to the office or the management came to the customers to collect the bills. The program's objective is to improve rural water supply services through orderly administration and an e-billing system, with the output that partners are able to create customer databases and financial reports using computer applications so that they can improve their performance in terms of providing decent and safe drinking water services for the community. The target is that partners become more credible and can compete with similar businesses (e.g. PDAM), and are able to increase the speed and ease of the process of paying customer water bills. The methods used are socialization on institutional strengthening, management and administration, training on computer applications for customer administration and e-billing systems in the process of paying customer water bills, and direct assistance to partners in using computer applications for customer administration and financial reports until they can do it independently. This program results in (1) Partners are able to organize customer databases using computer applications, (2). Partners are able to make financial reports using computer applications, and (3). Partners are starting to implement an e-billing system as a method of paying bills for drinking water accounts that is easy, fast and transparent.
Erna Selviyanti, Ria Chandra Kartika, Dessya Puti Ayu Umbaran, Dina Fitriyah, Yohan Yuanta
Published: 10 August 2022
Journal of Community Development, Volume 3, pp 224-232;

In 2013, there were 18 provinces whose coverage of early breastfeeding was below the national figure, one of which was East Java. Mother's knowledge from pregnancy to childbirth about IMD is very decisive for the success of exclusive breastfeeding and avoiding the baby from being malnourished. The counseling activity for early breastfeeding initiation at Posyandu Catleya 19 was attended by 22 prospective mothers, 7 pregnant women and 6 breastfeeding mothers. Participants were given a pretest to determine the level of knowledge about early breastfeeding initiation. The activity continued with the presentation of material about early breastfeeding initiation to participants. The community service team also provided modules to participants in easy-to-understand language, followed by discussion and question and answer sessions. The topics that were used as questions by the participants were related to family support in breastfeeding, the fear of pregnant women about breast milk that did not come out when giving birth to a baby and equalizing perceptions regarding the importance of breastfeeding for babies starting with early initiation of breastfeeding for newborns. Based on the evaluation results, there were 20 prospective mothers, 7 pregnant women and 4 breastfeeding mothers with a post test score higher than the pretest score or a total of 88.57%. This shows that there is an increase in knowledge about the importance of early breastfeeding initiation for the success of exclusive breastfeeding to infants.
Eva Rosdiana, Rizky Nirmala Kusumaningtyas, Putu Tessa Fadhila, Fandyka Yufriza Ali, Annisa Lutfi Alwi
Published: 10 August 2022
Journal of Community Development, Volume 3, pp 233-242;

Interest in reading should be instilled from an early age, especially at school age. The fear of students coming to the library and the availability of books are internal and external factors. Both of these factors should be addressed properly. Thus, in this service, a literacy corner and book additions were held at SDN Menampu 04 Jember. There are several stages in the implementation of this service including 1) survey and observation, 2) planning, 3) implementation and 4) evaluation. A literacy corner is held in each class. In addition, 123 books, both fiction and non-fiction, were added. The books added also use Indonesian, English, and Regional languages. The publishers and authors of the added books also vary. So that it can increase reading interest from SDN Menampu 04 Jember. Procurement of literacy corners equipped with additional books can increase the reading interest of SDN Menampu 04 students. This is due to the existence of literacy corners in each class, as well as the many variations of books in SDN Menampu 04.
Ria Angin, Fauziyah Fauziyah
Journal of Community Development, Volume 3, pp 211-223;

This volunteer effort intends to help the Aisyiyah Branch Leader of the Jember Regency deal with instances of abuse against women. To address cases of abuse against women, both non-litigation and litigation strategies are used. The overall number of participants in all the action was 50 (fifty). Three (3) steps make up the execution of this community service: preparation, performance, and evaluation. There were two activities before the event: (1) Through the distribution of questionnaires, the community service activities confirmed to the Aisyiyah Branch Manager the types of violent cases that had happened and the breadth of the handling efforts that had been made in the working area of the Aisyiyah Sumbersari Branch Manager, Jember Regency. (2) The service project delivery includes data processing from the distributed surveys. (3) The activity's organizer must create the materials necessary by the Aisyiyah Branch Managers in the office of the Aisyiyah Sumbersari Branch Manager, Jember Regency, based on the data acquired regarding the various types of violence. The primary topic of the literature is litigation, or the processes used to adjudicate cases of victimized violence in court system. While the purpose of non-litigation is to help by using alternate techniques without going through legitimate methods. According to the evaluation of the activities, the Aisyiyah Branch Leaders in the Jember Regency-managed Aisyiyah Sumbersari Branch are better able to handle situations of violence against women.
Emy Kholifah R, Baktiawan Nusanto
Journal of Community Development, Volume 3, pp 199-210;

This service aims to conduct training for stakeholders in Kemiri village, Jember Regency. These stakeholders are the village head, and the ranks of the village apparatus, the head of the BPD and members of the BPD. The background of this community service is the high need from stakeholders for insight and skills in the village policy-making process. Kemiri Village, which was inaugurated by the Regent of Jember as a tourism village, demands the ability of stakeholders to develop candlenut tourism villages. The development of tourist villages can be achieved starting from the political commitment of these stakeholders. This political commitment is a political policy as outlined in the village government regulation (PERDES). Thus the solution to this need is training and assistance in making village regulations in an effort to develop Kemiri tourism villages. The framework of thinking/content in the training of making village regulations refers to a rural based development approach, where village development includes the idea that village development is carried out to increase the benefits of natural potential, community potential, social institutional potential and local economic potential and local culture, as well as potential government apparatus to support the development of tourist villages. Kemiri Village, which has the characteristics of a mountainside village (Gunung Argopuro), the direction of its development has the potential for natural beauty, the potential of agriculture-plantation through processing agricultural products, and the unique culture of the community community and various other local wisdoms that can become social capital for the development of tourist villages. However, this great potential should continue to be explored so that it can become a real asset, for that, the involvement of various parties who have empathy and a vision of village development should synergize the roles of one another. The partnership between village stakeholder groups and higher levels of government, DUDI (industrial world business), private groups, and groups of scholars from universities (students and lecturers who carry out BKP-MBKM Village Development) is the key phrase for accelerating tourism village development. . This line of thought was built so that training and mentoring can be right on target and in accordance with the potential of the village area on the slopes of Mount Argopuro (especially Kemiri Village). This community service will involve students who are doing BKP-MBKM in Kemiri village.
Itok Wicaksono, Akbar Maulana, Binaridha Kusuma Ningtyas
Journal of Community Development, Volume 3, pp 190-198;

Sukorambi Village, Sukorambi District, Jember Regency, which is rich in local potential, especially abundant natural resources and is very strategic in improving local product management (UMKM). and compete with other products, thus, development and empowerment in Sukorambi District is important to improve the quality, production and marketing of UMKM products in Sukorambi Village. Empowerment activities that are expected to help the development of UMKM and are sustainable are achieved so that the products marketed are able to compete with other products. Therefore, Solutions to Problems in developing local UMKM products in Sukorambi Village use a Collaborative Governance approach, which offers the concept of empowerment by involving various stakeholders or multidimensional, this concept places the community as the subject of empowerment so that the program to be carried out truly answers community problems, development UMKM local products involve the community, village government, and the private sector.
Tri Rini Kusparwanti, Refa Firgiyanto, Gallyndra Fatkhu Dinata, Fadil Rohman
Journal of Community Development, Volume 3, pp 183-189;

Kesilir Village is one of the villages in Wuluhan District, Jember, East Java with the majority of the population's main livelihood being farmers. One of the youth organizations active in the village is IPNU-IPPNU Kesilir. Most of the organizations that consist of Muslim youths are aged 15-21 years. Based on the problems obtained in the results of the preliminary survey, it was found that there were problems with the youth of the community, including the community's desire to optimize the use of abundant resources in the form of the agricultural sector in Kesilir Village and the solution that we offer to the youth of the Kesilir Village community is in the form of making microgreens As a first step for learning the modern agricultural sector, socialization about microgreens for IPNU-IPPNU Kesilir. The method used is Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA) which is an approach method in the process of empowerment and increasing community participation that emphasizes the involvement of IPNU-IPPNU Kesilir in all activities carried out. The techniques used in Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA) include the socialization stage, skills training stage and mentoring stage. This activity resulted in socialization of training on making microgreens, and making direct products consisting of microgreens of water spinach and mustard pakcoy. IPPNU-IPPNU youths were provided with a simulation of microgreens cultivation which is easy to do and has high economic value. From this community service, it is hoped that the IPPNU-IPPNU Kesilir will be the pioneers of microgreen cultivation in Kesilir Village, Wuluhan District, Jember. In addition, this activity can be a promising business opportunity because it has a high profit which is expected to be carried out by young people in Kesilir Village, Wuluhan District, Jember.
Eliyatiningsih Eliyatiningsih, Rindha Rentina Darah Pertami, Hanif Fatur Rohman, Edi Siswadi, M. Zayin Sukri
Journal of Community Development, Volume 3, pp 175-182;

Sidodadi village, Tempurejo sub-district is one of the villages in the southern part of Jember Regency. The majority of the population works in the agricultural sector. The village is known as an agriculture-based village in Jember Regency. The “Ngudi Rejeki” Farmer's Group in Sidodadi Village, Tempurejo District, Jember is constrained by the problem of increasing non-subsidized fertilizer prices which makes it an obstacle in increasing agricultural yields. On the other hand, the regulation of subsidized fertilizers is quite limited among farmers so that it is suspected that it will increase production costs. The results of direct discussions with partners revealed an interesting fact that the average use of chemical fertilizers is very high even though currently the use of organic fertilizers can reduce production costs with the basic ingredients for making fertilizers derived from agricultural production residues. This area has a lot of waste rice straw and cow dung that has not been utilized. Some of the solutions offered to deal with partner problems include socializing the use of organic fertilizers, one of which is trichocompost fertilizer as a substitute for the use of chemical fertilizers, demonstrations on how to make trichocompost fertilizer with cow dung as raw material with the biodecomposer Trichoderma sp. This extension activity is carried out with a participatory approach, which means that farmers as extension participants are actively involved in the activity. The method used in the implementation of community service is socialization, discussion, and demonstration of making trichocompost fertilizer. The results of the socialization of trichocompost organic fertilizer obtained as many as 77% of farmers interested in using trichocompost fertilizer as soil improvement fertilizer.
Ginanjar Abdurrahman, Amalina Maryam Zakiyyah, Reni Umilasari, Sahiruddin Sahiruddin
Journal of Community Development, Volume 3, pp 167-174;

Corona Virus Disease (Covid-19) began to enter Indonesia in March 2020. The spread of this virus was massive in July with the highest case on July 15, 2021. So far, cases have started to decline because the discipline of health protocols has begun to be applied, and most Indonesians have received the Covid-19 vaccine. The growth of Covid-19 had a major impact and became an obstacle to Indonesia's economic growth, especially the Micro and Small Industry (MSI). According to the Asian Development Bank (ADB) there are 50% of Small and Medium Industries went bankrupt due to Covid-19 because turnover has decreased by 40% - 70%. In the Covid-19 pandemic situation, Product Branding can be offered to MSI as one of the solutions to problems to achieve economic resilience. The Community Partnership Program is expected to be able to contribute to solving the problems faced by IMK in Sorong, namely "competitor constraints" and "marketing constraints". In relation to competitor constraints and marketing constraints, MSI is expected to be able to market products easily and be able to compete. For this reason, product branding insight is needed. In this case, MSI actors need to be equipped with product branding insights, so that they can sell their products easily, precisely in booking, easy to recognize their products, and customer loyalty. For this reason, product branding skills need to be socialized to improve the quality of MSI Actors' Human Resources. Based on evaluation results, in general the initial knowledge related to product branding is good, with the lowest score for the pretest 54 and the highest score being 70. Meanwhile, in the posttest score there was a significant increase in the value, with the lowest score being 73 and the highest score reaching 95.
Awatiful Azza, Danu Indra Wardhana
Journal of Community Development, Volume 3, pp 159-166;

Vegetables are one of the sources of nutrition that are cheap and easy to obtain, especially in Jember Regency. Most of the people of Jember have jobs as capital in diversifying nutritional sources made from vegetables and are able to support the health status of the community. Complications of pregnant women is one of the health problems experienced by many pregnant women. Complications of pregnant women can be done by consuming healthy and diverse nutrition. However, hopefully people still don't know how to make processed food so that nutrition is maintained and more attractive. One effort that can be done is to empower mothers who are members of the posyandu to become the main pillar in helping prevent complications in pregnant women through the vegetable-eating movement program. Processed vegetable products are one of the creations to increase public support in consuming vegetables. The methods applied include the stages of preparation, implementation and evaluation. This stimulus community partnership program (PKMS) activity was carried out at the Posyandu Dusun Tgil, Kemiri Village, Panti District, Jember Regency, which was attended by 42 posyandu mothers consisting of 10 cadres, 2 midwives, and 30 posyandu members. Activities that have been carried out are in the form of counseling about the movement to eat vegetables, the benefits of vegetables for health and how to process vegetables so that the nutrients contained in them are not lost as well as healthy vegetable processing competitions by pregnant women. Based on the activities that have been carried out, there has been an increase in both the knowledge and skills of partners in processing vegetable-based foods as well as understanding the benefits of vegetables for pregnant women.
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