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Pengolahan kelapa jelly dan manisan kelapa di Desa Binaan Tanjung Alai Kecamatan XIII Koto Kampar Provinsi Riau Aras Mulyadi; Dessy Yoswaty; Iesje Lukistyowati; T Ersti Yulika Sari; Niken Ayu Pamukas; Adelina Adelina
Unri Conference Series: Community Engagement Vol 1 (2019): Seminar Nasional Pemberdayaan Masyarakat
Publisher : Lembaga Penelitian dan Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat Universitas Riau

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31258/unricsce.1.267-276

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Tanjung Alai Village is in The XIII District of Koto Kampar Riau Province, downstream of The Gulamo River with The Kampar River. The local government of Kampar Regency has develop tourism potential in Tanjung Alai Village. For example it has traction in the form of beautiful natural scenery, the distance from the city of Pekanbaru to Tanjung Alai Village about 2 hours (21 km), the catchment area, the historical site of the Muara Takus Temple, Puncak Pukatan as a climbing and Pulo Simo waterfall area. Tanjung Alai Village too has potential as rubber, oil palm, gambier, chocolate and coconut plantations. Coconut palm has opportunities with high economic value, utilized by community to diversify coconut processed products and support industrial products food preparations. The purpose of the activity is to make Tanjung Alai Village a target village from LPPM University of Riau by doing coconut jelly and candied coconut processing activities. Benefits of activities that can be used as an alternative effort to improve the welfare of the community and entrepreneurship. The method used is a combination of counseling and the practice of using coconut jelly and candied coconut. Strategic target audience in the activities of the target villages there were 25 PKK mothers. The evaluation results of the participants perception stated that it was very agreeable (59,2%) held this activity, received and practiced the training of coconut jelly and candied coconut as an opportunity for alternative income for the community. Economic analysis of processed coconut jelly amounted to IDR. 4.653.600/month and candied coconut is IDR. 2.248.800/month.
Pembinaan masyarakat desa untuk peningkatan pendapatan melalui teknologi budidaya kepiting soka di Desa Pulau Cawan Kecamatan Mandah Kabupaten Indragiri Hilir T Ersti Yulika Sari; Usman Usman; Niken Ayu Pramungkas; Mulyadi Idris; Sumarto Sumarto; Eni Yulinda; Ridar Henrik
Unri Conference Series: Community Engagement Vol 1 (2019): Seminar Nasional Pemberdayaan Masyarakat
Publisher : Lembaga Penelitian dan Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat Universitas Riau

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31258/unricsce.1.228-234

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Soft-shelled crabs are mangrove crabs that are cultivated and harvested while moulting so that their shells are soft and easy to consume. The purpose of this activity is to increase the income of the people of Pulau Cawan Village, Mandah District, Indragiri Hilir Regency through the cultivation of soft-shelled crabs. by introducing environmentally friendly cultivation techniques, but can produce added value in terms of improving the family's economy through soft-shelled crab cultivation. Training on softwater crab cultivation techniques and training in the construction of aquaculture ponds (crabs box). These community service activities are carried out using several approach methods, namely providing understanding to the community carried out in the form of FGD (Focus Group Discussion), as well as conducting discussions and practice on crab cultivation to dig up information about understanding environmentally friendly cultivation, protect mangrove ecosystems, increase household income through adding value to catches and solutions regarding fishermen from outside the village who use destructive fishing, by giving poison. A series of services activities conducted on soft shell crab farming techniques (shelled) can be received well by the crab catch fisherman in Desa Pulau Cawan. Increased knowledge and skills of crab catch fishermen in the cultivation of soft shell crabs placed in crab boxes can provide provisions so that these farming activities can continue, and Desa Cawan Island can become a pilot village for soft shell crab cultivation techniques for the next few years.