Jurnal Pengabdian Masyarakat - PIMAS

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Faizal Rizky Yuttama, Alfizi Alfizi, Budi Widadi
Jurnal Pengabdian Masyarakat - PIMAS, Volume 1, pp 147-152; https://doi.org/10.35960/pimas.v1i3.816

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The emergence of changes in the technology industry makes developments in several related industries. One of them is in finance. The rapid development of financial technology creates a new era in society. Ease of transaction and investment by prioritizing digital technology. Collaboration between finance and technology that makes transactions more time efficient. People’s ignorance of current technological developments certainly leaves a bad impression on how the technology is implemented. All forms of adaption are neede, especially if there are regulations needed. Thus empowerment is one way in an effort to be able to help increasse understanding of financial literacy in supporting a digital technology-minded society. Increasing the capacity of human resources will make sustainable development that can increase the level of business development better. In this case, we strive to do community service by providing knowledge and training for the millenial generation.
Arif Julianto Sri Nugroho, Oki Kuntaryanto, M Pujo Darmo, Dandang Setyawanti, Agung Nugroho Jati
Jurnal Pengabdian Masyarakat - PIMAS, Volume 1, pp 153-159; https://doi.org/10.35960/pimas.v1i3.799

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This community service activity aims to reveal the role of community participation and the efforts made to increase it in order to prevent corruption act through thematic learning of finance and public accounting for BPD Forum. The method of activities used: 1) sosialisation activities, 2) increasing learning skills in literacy public finance accounting and management for village budget. The learning can be use in understanding community in order to prevent corruption for village budget
Slamet Slamet, Purwono Purwono, Sony Kartika Wibisono, Bala Putra Dewa
Jurnal Pengabdian Masyarakat - PIMAS, Volume 1, pp 122-128; https://doi.org/10.35960/pimas.v1i3.834

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Indonesia is one of the countries with the best startup developments in the world which ranks 6th in the country with the highest number of startups. However, the quality of Indonesian human resources, which are able to meet the qualifications of startup companies, is still low. To that end, the devotees do community service, namely by holding a webinar with the theme "Startup for Gen-Z, Is It Possible?". This webinar aims to motivate, increase knowledge, and provide guidance to webinar participants, especially Generation Z, for a career in the startup world. Gen-Z can be a founder or work in a startup company. In addition, Gen-Z can also take advantage of startups to start small businesses. The stages of implementing this service are analysis, problem determination, solutions offered, outcomes, and evaluation. Participants expressed a high level of satisfaction with the implementation of the webinar “Startup for Gen-Z: Is It Possible?” with an average satisfaction evaluation result of 4,635 Likert scale 1 to 5.
Arlyana Hikmanti, Fauziah Hanum Nur Adriani, Susilo Rini
Jurnal Pengabdian Masyarakat - PIMAS, Volume 1, pp 160-164; https://doi.org/10.35960/pimas.v1i3.814

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Periode remaja adalah periode transisi terjadinya perubahan tubuh, emosi dan kejiwaan. Pada periode tersebut remaja dihadapkan pada problematika kesehatan reproduksinya, seperti keputihan yang gatal dan berbau, anemia dan kehamilan diusia remaja yang seharusnya dapat dicegah. Hal ini menujukkan bahwa pemberdayaan remaja menjadi solusi untuk meningkatkan derajat kesehatan remaja. Tujuan dari pengabmas ini adalah meningkatkan pengetahuan remaja tentang kesehatan reproduksi. Metode yang digunakan dengan ceramah, demonstrasi, penyuluhan dan evaluasi. Kegiatan pengabmas dilakukan pada 30 responden yang diawali dengan survei, penilaian pengetahuan dan ketrampilan sebelum dan ssetelah penyuluhan. Hasil pretest menunjukkan bahwa 57,15% pengetahuan remaja dalam katagori kurang, 28,57% katagori cukup, dan 14,28 katagori baik. Hasil posttest menujukkan hasil pengetahuan reponden 10% pengetahuan kurang, 36,67% katagori cukup, dan 53,33% katagori baik.
Ella Ardini, Eka Kristin Ellisabeth, Fajar Ferdianto, Tri Wahyuni Ismoyowati
Jurnal Pengabdian Masyarakat - PIMAS, Volume 1, pp 138-146; https://doi.org/10.35960/pimas.v1i3.819

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Background: One of the efforts funded by Dikti in implementing the Student Creativity Program in the field of entrepreneurship gave us the opportunity to produce a Dompet Mask (DOMAS) product made using modified patchwork waste and mica polyvinyl chloride plastic waste with a thickness of 0.4 mm. The tools and materials we use are very affordable during this COVID-19 pandemic. Objective: Provide quality Domas innovation, practical, and safety of the waste material. Providing business opportunities through student creativity programs. Marketing DOMAS offline and online throughout Indonesia by actively promoting and improving the quality of products handmade. Methods: The implementation of activities is carried out outside the network (offline) and within the network (online). The activity was carried out at the production house located at Jatisawit Housing, Sleman, Yogyakarta. The production period starts on 08/08/2021 until 12/09/2021. Product marketing online and offline. Result: The selling price per unit is Rp. 20,000. For five weeks producing 250 DOMAS. DOMAS sales resulted in a profit of Rp. 3,000,000 with a cost of Rp. 1,549,080, a profit of Rp. 418,200 was obtained. The number of DOMAS that have been sold is 150 units. The profit per DOMAS unit is IDR 2,788. The original price per wallet is Rp. 17,212. Conclusion: The "DOMAS" mask wallet is a new breakthrough in the era of the COVID-19 pandemic. DOMAS has the advantage of being able to store clean and dirty masks in one place. In addition to the unique and attractive design of the mask, the materials used are also environmentally friendly, made from plastic waste mica PVC and waste batik patchwork with the motifs of the diversity of the archipelago.
Desri Kristina Silalahi, Kharisma Bani Adam, Porman Pangaribuan
Jurnal Pengabdian Masyarakat - PIMAS, Volume 1, pp 129-137; https://doi.org/10.35960/pimas.v1i3.822

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Maximum utilization of solar energy requires the active role of the community. Several things can be done, namely by providing information related to solar energy with the large potential that can be obtained in its utilization. In addition, coaching to the community by providing basic knowledge about energy conversion from solar to electricity as well as practicing in proving the basic knowledge provided in the form of simple practice. Thus, the public can understand this solar energy as a whole, both with basic knowledge, conversion techniques, and practice. In Community Service activities by providing training related to the protection of the Solar Power Generation system or usually called PLTS. With the target participants, namely teachers and students of MA Ishlahul Amanah in Pengalengan District, Bandung Regency. The main activity is providing protection training and a set of PLTS as a learning medium for the use of new and renewable energy in the form of solar energy. Students today are required to be more creative and innovative in utilizing all the potential of nature, especially the use of alternative technologies, one of which is solar energy. The canning area is also a challenge in itself in the use of electricity technology for the need for support by using solar energy for electricity use. The results of this activity provide a positive appreciation. This can be seen from the evaluation of the activities carried out that participants, both students and teachers, chose to agree and strongly agree with the items in the written statement
Eko Ari Wibowo, Muhammad Nur Wahyu Hidayah, Widyastuti Widyastuti, Puji Warastri
Jurnal Pengabdian Masyarakat - PIMAS, Volume 1, pp 164-172; https://doi.org/10.35960/pimas.v1i3.821

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Penggunaan sepeda motor yang signifikan menjadikan kebutuhan akan perawatan dan perbaikan terhadap kendaraan roda dua terus meningkat, sehingga bengkel sepeda motor menjadi salah satu sektor usaha yang banyak dibutuhkan. Namun, pada prosesnya terdapat potensi bahaya yang berkaitan dengan aspek Keselamatan dan Kesehatan Kerja (K3). Sehingga, seringkali terdapat peralatan yang berantakan, lingkungan yang tercemar, dan proses kerja yang beresiko. Kegiatan ini bertujuan untuk mengidentifikasi dan memberikan pengetahuan akan pentingnya K3 khususnya kepada para mekanik. Metode yang dilakukan dimulai dengan koordinasi, penyuluhan dan pelaporan terkait pentingnya K3 dan penerapanya di bengkel. Hasilnya peningkatan pemahaman tentang pentingnya K3 dari para mekanik sebesar 41% dan implementasi sederhana yang berdampak signifikan.
Etika Dewi Cahyaningrum, Murniati Murniati
Jurnal Pengabdian Masyarakat - PIMAS, Volume 1, pp 113-121; https://doi.org/10.35960/pimas.v1i3.818

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Fever in children often causes anxiety, stress, and phobias for parents. Inappropriate fever handling can be due to a lack of knowledge. Improving mothers' knowledge can be done by providing health education by posyandu cadres. The problem is that posyandu cadres do not know about fever and its handling, so training is needed. The method used is an approach, measuring the knowledge level of cadres about fever using a questionnaire, providing knowledge about fever (lectures, discussions), providing training in fever handling (roleplay, discussion), and re-measuring the knowledge level using questionnaires and follow-up/review fever handling. The training was attended by 46 posyandu cadres in Ledug Village, Kembaran District, and Banyumas Regency. The knowledge level of cadres at the first meeting obtained as many as 35 cadres with sufficient knowledge (76.09%); 7 cadres with good knowledge (15.22%), and 4 cadres with poor knowledge (8.69%), while at the second meeting, as many as 30 cadres had good knowledge (65.22%) and 16 cadres had sufficient knowledge (34.78 %). The success of this service can see from the increase in the cadre's knowledge about fever and its handling, namely being knowledgeable enough to be knowledgeable.
Maya Ruhtiani, Yuris Tri Naili, Purwono Purwono, Iin Dyah Indrawati
Jurnal Pengabdian Masyarakat - PIMAS, Volume 1, pp 97-103; https://doi.org/10.35960/pimas.v1i3.830

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Someone's copyrighted work is the absolute right of the creator who is named with copyright. Basically, a copyrighted work can be used alone or transferred to others through a legal transition. The transition can be economically beneficial because the copyright holder must pay royalties to the owner. Basically, not everyone is aware of the existence of a transfer of rights that can be one of the protection of one's work can be done by means of copyright registration as evidenced by a certificate of copyright registration issued by the DGIP. The method used is by socialization and training directly to the representatives of artists in the city of Tasikmalaya. Socialization and training activities are aimed at providing an understanding of copyright registration and providing training for owners of copyrighted works to be able to register their own copyrighted works using the POP HC application that has been made by the DGIP to facilitate the recording of copyright on a copyrighted work
Muhammad Rizki Setyawan, Muh Fadli Hasa, Rendra Soekarta, Aprisa Rian Histiarini, Rinanda Tri Setiawan
Jurnal Pengabdian Masyarakat - PIMAS, Volume 1, pp 104-112; https://doi.org/10.35960/pimas.v1i3.815

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The Sorong environmental care foundation is a non-governmental organization dedicated to environmental sustainability, particularly in the areas of waste, reforestation, water and air pollution and plant and wildlife investigations in Sorong City. In the process of resolving complaints, it is still by telephone or WhatsApp, and due to lack of staff sometimes complaints are not recognized and are not processed by the foundation. Therefore, community service activities were carried out with partners, namely the Sorong City Environmental Care Foundation to help solve the problems faced. Where this activity is divided into 4 stages, namely data collection, application design and manufacture, socialization and implementation and evaluation. The conclusion obtained is that this activity can be said to take place very well and successfully. This can be seen from the results of the questionnaire and the positive response from the foundation and the community regarding this activity. The results achieved are that the Sorong City Environmental Care Foundation has an Android-based mobile application that can make it easier for the public when they want to make a complaint and a website that makes it easier for the foundation to recap data on complaints that have been made by the community.
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