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PENGELOLAAN DAN PENGOLAHAN SAMPAH PADA MASYARAKAT SEKITAR KAMPUS 2 UNAND, PAYAKUMBUH Bintang Rizky Abdullah Majo Saibah; Winny Alna Marlina; Ranny Fitriana Faisal; Agestayani Agestayani; Erizal Erizal; Susiana Susiana; Musbatiq Srivani; Faisal Ali Ahmad; Jauharry Jauharry
Jurnal Hilirisasi IPTEKS Vol 1 No 4.b (2018)
Publisher : LPPM Universitas Andalas

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Environmental, economic and social aspects are three important pillars in sustainable development. However, the 2017 West Sumatra Environmental Management Regional Performance Document (DIKPLHD) stated that the waste generation in West Sumatra reached 2,452,213 kg / day and only 34.54% of districts / cities had managed the waste properly. So far, the handling of waste is usually conducted by stacking, collecting, and transporting to the Final Processing Site (TPA). Therefore, it is important to start a systematic program to reduce waste. One possible method that can be implemented is the empowerment of the waste bank. Campus 2 UNAND Payakumbuh has conducted community service through socialization and training programs with the theme "Turning Waste Into Rupiah". The objective of this program is to educate the public to be able to reduce waste in order to reach sustainable business development. In this training, the participants were provided with knowledge about waste management and the added value of recycling unused newspapers into useful items such as flower vases.
Pendampingan Hidroponik 55 untuk Tumbuh Kembang dengan Usaha Produksi Sayur Sehat dan Menjadi Tujuan Eco-Eduwisata di Cupak Tangah, Padang Fitri Mailani; Donny Eros; Jauharry Jauharry; Mulyanti Roberto Muliantino
Warta Pengabdian Andalas Vol 28 No 1 (2021)
Publisher : Lembaga Penelitian dan Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat (LPPM) Universitas Andalas

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25077/jwa.28.1.1-8.2021


The advantages of this hydroponic vegetable product are that it is free of chemical pesticides, the taste of vegetables is crunchy and sweet, clean, environmentally friendly, and affordable. However, the public's knowledge and understanding regarding hydroponic vegetables is still very little and not evenly distributed in all circles, so that marketing is only limited to certain groups. This service aims to assist and assist Hydroponics 55 partners in producing healthy vegetables and developing into an Eco-tourism area. This service activity is planned to last for 3 years (2021-2024). With the following activity plans: 1) designing a green-house in agricultural areas, 2) increasing online and offline promotion and education, 3) submitting a proposal for collaboration with restaurants, cafes, hospitals and supermarkets in the city of Padang, 4) developing Hydroponic 55 businesses, in processing healthy food derived from hydroponic vegetables, 5) developing agricultural areas into Eco-tourism areas. Activities that have been carried out this year include making educational posters and promoting hydroponic vegetables and distributing them through social media, conducting FGDs with stakeholders, inviting speakers regarding greenhouse preparation and providing knowledge dissemination related to marketing tricks and eco-tourism concepts and facilitating partners in develop business licenses in processing healthy food products. The results of this activity are in the form of educational and promotional posters, proposals for making green-houses, proposals for developing healthy food processing and proposals for developing eco-tourism areas.
Pengembangan Usaha Hidroponik 55 dalam Memproduksi Makanan Olahan Sayuran dan Mewujudkan Program Eco-Eduwisata Fitri Mailani; Eli Ratni; Donny Eros; Jauharry Jauharry; Mulyanti Roberto Muliantino
Warta Pengabdian Andalas Vol 28 No 4 (2021)
Publisher : Lembaga Penelitian dan Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat (LPPM) Universitas Andalas

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25077/jwa.28.4.435-442.2021


Hydroponics 55 is an agricultural business that produces healthy vegetables without pesticides and processed food products. Continuous assistance is essential to increase the productivity of developing companies. The purpose of this activity is to assist partners in growing their business, namely in making processed products of Hydroponics 55 by making "Hydroponic Kitchen 55" and the Eco-Eduwista program in an urban area. This activity was carried out for three months, namely October to December 2021. The activities were guiding the management to have home industry food permits (P-IRT) and business identification numbers (NIB) certificates, developing a "Hydroponic Kitchen 55" business. The team also improved hydroponic vegetable packaging, FGD related to the marketing strategy of Hydroponic 55 vegetables and their processed products. They prepared and built a simple greenhouse in the Hydroponic 55 agricultural area, launched an eco-tourism program and a training centre on hydroponics, and introduced healthy food processed products to visitors. Furthermore, it needs consistency in product quality to compete with other products in the market. Planning for testing the ingredient of hydroponic processed foods also urge to be followed up so that the health benefits of the resulting product are scientifically proven.
PENINGKATAN KAPASITAS KELOMPOK SADAR WISATA BERBASIS COMMUNITY BASED TOURISM DI NAGARI SITAPA KECAMATAN LUAK KABUPATEN LIMA PULUH KOTA Nur Ari Sufiawan; Verinita Verinita; Ranny Fitriana Faisal; Suryatman Desri; Erizal Erizal; Jauharry Jauharry; Winny Alna Marlina; Fatma Poni Mardiah; Lukman Lukman; Syaiful Anwar; Nelvia Iryani
Publisher : LPPM (Institute for Research and Community Services) Universitas Andalas Padang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25077/bina.v5i2.395


Tourism is a sector that contributes to the income of a region. Tourism activities not only have a positive impact on tourism objects, but this will be related to other sectors supporting tourism (accommodation, culinary and other service providers). One of the villages/villages that have started to develop tourism in West Sumatra is Nagari Sikabu-Kabu Tanjung Haro Padang Panjang (SITAPA), Luak District, Limapuluh Kota Regency which is famous for its natural attractions such as the natural panorama of Talang and Kayu Kolek. The development of this tourist attraction cannot be separated from the role of local tourism awareness groups (pokdarwis) and other interest groups. The purpose of this activity is to increase the capacity of tourism awareness groups in the field of tourism management in Nagari Sitapa by using the Community Based Tourism (CBT) approach and the target is given to the Tourism Awareness Group. With the implementation of CBT in tourism development, it is hoped that the community and other interested parties can continue to develop the tourism sector without changing the existing environmental conditions and ensuring that tourist objects remain natural without making many changes that will cause damage to the surrounding environment. Some strategies that can be implemented are to maximize natural potentials such as providing outbound and camping ground, as well as preparing supporting industries (MSMEs) to be able to provide edutourism to tourists.
Publisher : Fakultas Ekonomi Universitas Sarjanawiyata Tamansiswa

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30738/jm.v10i1.3836


This study aims to analyze the effect of dining experience analysis mediated by customer satisfaction on behavioral intention at the Tara Café and Resto restaurants in Payakumbuh City. The sample size for this research is 126 respondents. The sampling technique is purposive sampling. Data analysis in this study used Structural Equation Modeling - Partial Least Square (SEM-PLS) and was processed using SmartPLS version 3.0 for windows. The results of the study show that dining experience has a significant and positive influence on customer satisfaction, customer satisfaction does not have a significant and positive effect on behavior intention and dining experience mediated by customer satisfaction has a significant and positive effect on behavioral intention