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Berdikari: Jurnal Pengabdian Masyarakat Indonesia
Published by Future Science
ISSN : -     EISSN : 26232456     DOI : 10.11594/bjpmi
Core Subject : Humanities, Art,
Berdikari : Jurnal Pengabdian Masyarakat Indonesia (JPMI) is an online scientific journal published three times a year (March, August, and December) and managed by Galaxy Science. This journal publishes only the best articles in the field of community service of Indonesian society thus are able to be used as reference in the development of better service activities for the needs of future society. Our journal accepts articles in the field of community service that cover following areas: Education, Agriculture, Technique, Health Science, Communication, Social and Religious Studies, Economy, Law, Art and Humanities.
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Articles 54 Documents
IbM for increasing youth work productivity in Bojongsari Village Gelar Budiman; Muhammad Iqbal; Astry Novianty
Berdikari: Jurnal Pengabdian Masyarakat Indonesia Vol. 1 No. 1 (2018): Berdikari: Jurnal Pengabdian Masyarakat Indonesia
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Bojongsari Village (Bojongsoang District) is a village located in Bandung regency. The village has a low Human Development Index (HDI). The village has a high open unemployment rate. The village of Bojongsari has a relatively low growth rate of living eligibility (based on data obtained from Bojongsari village). The training for the youths of Karang Taruna in the village of Bojongsari, especially for those who still do not get a job is a solution offered in order to reduce the number of open and underemployed unemployment in the region. The trainings that have been carried out include enhancing the ability to use computers, office applications (word, excel, and powerpoint), and Windows applications and networks in both villages. It is expected that with this training, unemployment will decrease and increase the HDI of both villages. The implementation of community service is evaluated monthly and a roadmap has been developed to improve the HDI of these two villages as a model for other villages in Bandung regency.
Community empowerment through the practice of balanced nutrition diets for mothers of infants and toddlers in Mandangin Island, Sampang Regency, 3rd year Widati Fatmaningrum; Djohar Nuswantoro; Atika Atika; Patmawati Patmawati
Berdikari: Jurnal Pengabdian Masyarakat Indonesia Vol. 1 No. 1 (2018): Berdikari: Jurnal Pengabdian Masyarakat Indonesia
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Community participation related to nutritional problems on Mandangin Island is caused by a lack of public appreciation of health because they think that if their babies / infants are fully immunized, they don't need to be weighed again like they were when they were babies. Busy mothers as housewives also affect the low participation of the community, so the nutritional problem in Mandangin is still a priority for health care. The purpose of this community service is to increase the knowledge of mothers of infants and toddlers about balanced nutrition because if the related knowledge is still lacking, then the practice of a balanced nutrition diet for infants and toddlers is not implemented properly which results in the nutritional status of infants and toddlers being less can even be bad. The stages of the method used in this activity are as follows: 1) Increasing cadre knowledge. 2) Increase knowledge of mothers of infants and toddlers. 3) Making media in the form of balanced nutrition games. 4) Simulation of balanced nutritional eating practices for infants and toddlers using a balanced nutrition game. 5) Evaluation of results in the form of an intelligent balanced nutrition mother race. The results of this activity are knowledge of cadres and mothers of infants / toddlers about nutrition before training is lacking but after being given training is sufficient. Training must be carried out on nutrition for mothers and cadres.
Family medicinal plant cultivation facility (SABDA TOGA: Sarana Budidaya Tanaman Obat Keluarga) for urban areas in RT 04 and RT 06 RW 07, Tegalrejo Salatiga Yohanes Martono; Andreas Setiawan; Slamet Widodo
Berdikari: Jurnal Pengabdian Masyarakat Indonesia Vol. 1 No. 1 (2018): Berdikari: Jurnal Pengabdian Masyarakat Indonesia
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The limited land owned by the community in urban areas such as RT 04 and 06 RW 07 in the Tegalrejo village in Salatiga makes the Family Medicinal Cultivation Facility (SABDA TOGA) one of the solutions so that the com-munity can continue to grow crops that can be used for daily needs. Through community service (PM), training on how to apply aquaponics planting technology, herbal plants in sacks (taherlarung) and fermentation of organic liquid fertilizer as a TOGA planting model in urban communities. The method used is making demonstration plots for the application of organic aquaponics planting media technology, taherlarung, and fermentation of or-ganic liquid fertilizer for TOGA plants in the partner environment, carrying out data collection on TOGA plants in the community, and conducting socialization in the community. The results of this dedication show that aqua-ponics planting media technology can be combined with a fish pond so that it can produce organic TOGA. Aqua-ponics technology can be automated and can also take advantage of the people's narrow land with a vertical media arrangement pattern. TOGA planting in taherlarung can be increased to become an alternative way of decorating the road. While liquid organic fertilizer is very potential to be produced in large quantities because it utilizes household organic waste with a fermentation period of approximately 1 month. Some people already have TOGA plants but do not know the benefits and how to use them. This PM activity shows that aquaponics, taherlarung and fermentation of organic liquid fertilizer are suitable for TOGA weaving in urban communities. Some urban community groups tend to not know and utilize TOGA.
Building a web-based learning (E-Learning) for suburban primary school teachers in Muara Bangkahulu District, Bengkulu City Boko Susilo Sukendro Mandoyo; Rusdi Efendi; Syafdi Maizora
Berdikari: Jurnal Pengabdian Masyarakat Indonesia Vol. 1 No. 1 (2018): Berdikari: Jurnal Pengabdian Masyarakat Indonesia
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Web-based learning media (e-learning) is a very urgent aids to be provided by the educators in the era of information and communication technology. The main problem in suburban elementary school teacher sub district of Muara Bangkahulu Bengkulu city is the inability of the teachers in using the Internet facilities to be empowered as a learning tool. Therefore, the need to do the training to teachers integrated and comprehensively in the using of the Internet as a learning medium. IbM is partnering with the activities of the working group (“Pokja”) under the basic principal office of the National Education Bengkulu city. There were 41 participants from 8 Elementary School teachers are invited to participate in the creation of e -learning training. In the implementation of the activities there are 23 teacher participants. The training material consists of the introduction of Ms. Word-Ms. Power Point, Internet, blog and manufacture of web-based learning using the Internet service on www.wordpress.com site . The primary outcome of the training is teaching media in each blog site under the site www.wordpress.com. The result is 18 teachers to upload teaching materials in each of his web blog. The results of the monitor until the beginning of November 2013 there were 16 teachers who actively manage his web blog as a medium of learning.
Training on making macromedia flash-based interactive learning media for teachers at Perintis 1 Bandar Lampung high school Henry Kurniawan; Eko Subyantoro; Tri Sandhika Jaya
Berdikari: Jurnal Pengabdian Masyarakat Indonesia Vol. 1 No. 1 (2018): Berdikari: Jurnal Pengabdian Masyarakat Indonesia
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The Role of Human Resources is needed to adopt all the changes that occur. Human resources in schools must always be developed continuously to improve the ability to be in accordance with the demands of the educational environment. One way to improve teachers' skills and expertise is education and training. The training conducted at Bandar Lampung's Perintis 1 High School was aimed at teachers to improve their skills, knowledge and attitudes in order to improve current and future performance in developing students' processes, resources, and maturity in learning media by using computer software in the form of macromedia flash.This dedication resulted inan increase in teachers' knowledge and skills in making interactive learning media for macromedia flash programs, as seen from 29 teachers (67%) who did not introduce PBK software to all teachers (100%) knew the PBK (Computer Assisted Learning) software. Then from 8 teachers (0.186%) who already knew and used the macromedia flash program, all teachers knew and used this program. This can be seen in the initial demonstration that only 10 teachers were able to run the program. While progress and understanding with the use of macromedia flash, only 2 teachers who are able to run and understand macromedia flash make all teachers able to run and understand this program. The level of desire to make and use the macromedia program also increased by 8 teachers (18.6%) to 40 people (93%). Through this training activity, products were obtained in the form of macromedia flash learning CDs that can be used to achieve learning goals and create an interesting learning atmosphere.
De-radicalization of children and youth by enhancing nationalism and spirituality through national children's learning program Diaz Syafrie Abdillah; Akbar Reza Muhammad; Athiyatul Ulya; Hafizh Auliyan Sodali; Dian Dakwatul Choiriya; Handayani Handayani; Hafid Algristian
Berdikari: Jurnal Pengabdian Masyarakat Indonesia Vol. 1 No. 1 (2018): Berdikari: Jurnal Pengabdian Masyarakat Indonesia
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The teenagers and children are groups that are vulnerable to radicalism. This de-radicalized program is an innovation in the field of community service called "Learning Children in the Country". This program is useful to prevent radicalism, by increasing nationalism, spirituality and creativity for children and adolescents. This program consists of two major parts, namely brief material delivery and educational games. To assess the success of this community service program, medicine faculty team of UNUSA used a personality measuring instrument, namely the Radical Personality Test (RPT) in the form of pre-test and post-test. Assessment is carried out in a direct and indirect manner. Direct assessment uses a structured interview method, while indirect assessment through observing children's behavior during the learning program. The results of personality assessment show that the post-test value of nationalism and spirituality increases, while the value of the level of radicalism decreases. Emotionally, KANRI children are more stable and better able to complete the assignments. This community service program succeeded in reducing the level of radicalism in KANRI children.
The training of tempeh yoghurt and tempeh brownies production as an effort to increase the sell-ing value of tempeh in the somber small industrial estate, Balikpapan Alfonsina Abat Amelenan Torimtubun; Linda Kirana Singagerda; Lusi Ernawati
Berdikari: Jurnal Pengabdian Masyarakat Indonesia Vol. 1 No. 2 (2018): Berdikari: Jurnal Pengabdian Masyarakat Indonesia
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Tempeh is an Indonesian traditional food processed by soybean fermentation by Rhizopus oligosporus mold which is inexpensive, has the distinctive flavour and high nutritional value. High protein tempeh has been accepted as a healthy food. However, tempeh is still associated with low socioeconomic class food. Therefore, it is necessary to look for an alternative tempeh processing to increase its economic value by processing tempeh into yoghurt and brownies. The aim of this community service is to increase the community knowledge about the diversification of tempeh processed products in general and in particular to provide a training about the processing of tempeh juice into yoghurt and tempeh pulp into brownies in order to help the increasing economic value of tempeh production from Somber small industrial centre in Balikpapan. Methods used are gradually from: (1) initial preparation in the form of a location survey and a socialization team formation, (2) training preparation in the form of yoghurt tempeh and brownies tempeh production as a tester, banners and brochures printing, and tempeh production process documentation for presentation material of training socialization, (3) implementation of training, up to (4) evaluation of results in the form of product organoleptic survey. The results of organoleptic test showed that yoghurt and brownies from juice and tempeh pulp were accepted and preferred by Somber small industrial centre community as panellists with a rating score of colour, aroma, texture and taste are 1.6; 1,2; 1,2; 0.8 for tempeh yoghurt and 2.6; 2.2; 2.2; 2.8 for tempeh brownies, respectively. Through this program, the tempeh production from Somber can be increased and processed into innovative products that have a higher selling value. Economic analysis and feasibility study is needed to keep this activity run continuously.
Mangrove ecosystem conservation strategy againts tsunami threats at Holtekamp John Dominggus Kalor; Baigo Hamuna
Berdikari: Jurnal Pengabdian Masyarakat Indonesia Vol. 1 No. 2 (2018): Berdikari: Jurnal Pengabdian Masyarakat Indonesia
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Tsunami disaster has occurred in Jayapura coast for several times (1952, 1960, 1970, 1996, and the last one in 2011). The mangrove ecosystem, a natural fortress, is very strong against the Tsunami waves. This study aims to implement and develop a conservation program for mangrove ecosystems in which to prevent and minimize the impact of the Tsunami disaster in Youtefa Bay, Jayapura City. This research was conducted on 2-6 July 2018 at Holtekamp Teluk Yotefa, Jayapura. There were three main activities: (1) mapping locations prone to tsunamis in the Holtekamp coast, (2) FGD (3) declarating of mangrove conservation activities and evalution. The level of understanding of the Holtekamp Village community represented by 21 participants was obtained at the beginning of the activity 95.2% of the people who understood the importance of the mangrove ecosystem. As many as 85.7% of participants were committed and able to protect, planted and managed mangrove forests again to ensure the Holtekamp area is safe and free from tsunami threats. The observation result showed that the people of Holtekamp village were able to develop a system and prevent the impact of the tsunami disaster through the green lines of mangrove vegetation, as well as maintaining the integrity of the mangrove ecosystem in Youtefa Bay Jayapura.
Independent health screening movement for elderly people through routine health services in Surabaya Ario Imandiri; Riky Tri Yunardi
Berdikari: Jurnal Pengabdian Masyarakat Indonesia Vol. 1 No. 2 (2018): Berdikari: Jurnal Pengabdian Masyarakat Indonesia
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In the health aspect, it is known that the older a person is, the more health complaints will be. As many as 37.11 percent of the pre-elderly population (45-59 years) had experienced health complaints in the last month, while young elderly (60-69 years) amounted to 48.39 percent, middle aged people (70-79 years) amounted to 57.65 percent and elderly (80-89 years) of 64.01 percent complaining about their health condition. Furthermore, judging from the elderly morbidity rates, namely the disruption of daily activities as a result of health complaints. This activity aims to enable the community, especially the elderly, to overcome their minor illnesses independently, the illness suffered by the elderly group can be overcome or reduced, the use of chemical drugs consumed by the elderly can be reduced in dosage or amount, and the quality of life of the elderly group can be better. The activities carried out were acupressure and herbal counseling, examination of height, weight, nutritional status, blood pressure, examination of blood sugar, cholesterol, gout and therapeutic services for acupuncture to the elderly to overcome or alleviate the disease. Participants present or patients in community service activities in both locations for 12 times were 317 people, of which the majority of participants in this activity were women. Pain is the most common complaint experienced by patients who come to this community service. Many people present in this community service complain that they have sleep disturbances or insomnia. The community feels very happy and welcomes this activity because with this activity the community's knowledge is increasing, they have started practicing acupressure independently as well as herbal medicine for themselves, their families or those around them to cope with the mild ailments experienced. The community becomes aware of their health conditions through examinations, and is more motivated to maintain their life patterns. The perceived complaints, especially pain and sleeplessness disturbances experienced decreased after receiving acupuncture therapy. Especially complaints of pain, where most feel the pain is greatly reduced or immediately disappear after receiving acupuncture therapy even though only one therapy. Only a small number who feel the pain has not diminished, but reduced or disappeared after several acupuncture therapies. Community knowledge related to acupressure and herbal medicine increases, motivation to maintain a good lifestyle increases, and complaints of illness especially pain can be reduced by acupuncture therapy.
Dissemination of household scale biodigester technology to produce biogas from animal waste Abdul Mukhlis Ritonga; Masrukhi Masrukhi; Furqon Furqon
Berdikari: Jurnal Pengabdian Masyarakat Indonesia Vol. 1 No. 2 (2018): Berdikari: Jurnal Pengabdian Masyarakat Indonesia
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Diversification of energy use becomes a very important issue because of the decrease in the source of oil raw materials. Biogas is a renewable energy that can be used as an alternative fuel to replace fossil fuels such as kerosene and natural gas. Utilization of livestock waste to produce biogas can reduce commercial energy consumption such as gas and wood fuel. The purpose of this activity is to apply biogas technology and reduce the negative impact of pollution of cattle waste. The topography condition of Kalisalak village which is located in the highland area plus access location that is difficult to reach cause the gas fuel distribution process (LPG) is not optimal. Practicing skill by doing counseling and practice of making biogas digester and also performing assistance is very appropriate for the condition of Kalisalak Village community. The result of the dedication activity that 100% partners understand and able to make biogas digester. Five domestic digester units with volume 300 liter per unit are produced that can produce biogas from cow dung waste which can reduce the cost of gas fuel (LPG) by Rp. 23.000 every month, the environment is more awake from the smell of smell and greenhouse effect of cow dung waste pollution. With the application of biogas technology household scale is able to save the cost of the need for gas fuel, in addition to the more environmentally maintained hygiene.