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Journal : KANGMAS: Karya Ilmiah Pengabdian Masyarakat

Pengembangan Kemitraan Desa Binaan Melalui Pengembangan Kampung Tematik Jahe-Temulawak di Kelurahan Kramas, Kecamatan Tembalang, Semarang Sri Mulyati; Jeffri Ardiyanto; Ardi Soesilo W.; Luthfi Rusyadi
KANGMAS: Karya Ilmiah Pengabdian Masyarakat Vol 2 No 3 (2021): KANGMAS: Karya Ilmiah Pengabdian Masyarakat
Publisher : Neolectura

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37010/kangmas.v2i3.423


Kramas Village is one of the target areas/Guided Villages of the Department of Radiodiagnostic Engineering and Radiotherapy. The development of the partnership of the assisted villages was carried out by the academic community of the D-IV Radiology Engineering Study Program, TRR Department as a form of implementing the Tri Dharma PT, especially for Community Service. Synergy from PT and the target area is expected to improve the welfare of the community in the target area or overcome problems that exist in the community. Therefore, it is necessary to have training and mentoring activities in order to increase the productivity of traditional herbal medicine processing activities made from temulawak, which are later expected to help improve the welfare of the residents of thematic villages in particular and the Kramas area in general. This community service method is carried out by providing counseling related to food-beverage production related to the household industry with resource persons from the Semarang City Health Office, how to apply for a PIRT permit, how to make products have a brand/labeling. In addition, regular assistance is carried out in the Kramas community which is the thematic Ginger-Temulawak village in Tembalang District, Semarang City. After counseling about processed traditional herbal foods, drinks and packaged foods and others, the residents were very enthusiastic about participating. And the enthusiasm to register their products that have the opportunity to apply for PIRT for durable products, while packaged herbal drinks do not require PIRT. With proper processing, labeling, and attractive packaging produced by the residents of the Ginger-Temulawak thematic village, it is hoped that they can have leverage to add economic value, or the selling price of products with a wider market share.