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Dwi Budi Santoso
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dbudi@ub.ac.id
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+62811363698
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Jl. MT. Haryono 165 Malang 65145
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Kota malang,
Jawa timur
INDONESIA
Journal of Interdisciplinary Socio-Economic and Community Study
Published by Universitas Brawijaya
ISSN : 2809753X     EISSN : 2809395X     DOI : https://doi.org/10.21776/jiscos.ub
Journal of Interdisciplinary Socio-Economic and Community Study (JISCOS) is published by the Faculty of Economic and Business, Universitas Brawijaya. JISCOS is an open access and peer-reviewed journal that published the result of community service and empowerment activities in the form of applying various fields of social-humanities sciences, including economics, management and accounting and other fields of study including (but not limited to): 1. Social, Economic and Business Development 2. Digitalization and The Creativity Economy 3. Entrepreneurship and Strengthening of MSMEs 4. Development of Village and Environmental Competitiveness 5. Economic Institutions and Cooperatives 6. Financial Reporting, Taxation, and Information Systems 7. Strengthening The Islamic Economic and Business
Articles 15 Documents
SASIRANGAN MOTIF MODIFICATION TRAINING FOR THE PEOPLE OF NORTH LOKTABAT TO FOSTER AN ENTREPRENEURIAL SPIRIT Gusti Marliani; Surti Surti
JISCOS Vol 1, No 1 (2021)
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This Community Service aims to provide knowledge about making Sasirangan cloth with various motifs that can increase competitiveness in the market because different and rare motifs are found. The service method used is to provide direct training to the community by experts in making Sasirangan fabrics with various modifications of motifs. This training is carried out for ten days, from theoretical material to manufacturing practice until finished. Several things were concluded about the results of the movement, namely the preparation of (Kelompok Swadaya Masyarakat) KSM as an organizer was still not mature, so the sequence of activities had not been well conceptualized. Then the activities were carried out during the pandemic. Hence, it took a long time for training, which impacted the enthusiasm and commitment of participants to be disciplined in carrying out activities. Through this training, it is hoped that it will foster an entrepreneurial spirit in the North Loktabat community, especially Sasirangan artisans in this area are relatively rare. This condition is undoubtedly a good business opportunity considering that Sasirangan is a typical South Kalimantan fabric always in demand by the public, whether for daily clothing or gifts and souvenirs. In addition, the various modifications of the Sasirangan motifs make the Sasirangan look more modern and contemporary so that the competitiveness of this product increases.
SOCIALIZATION, LITERACY AND IMPLEMENTATION OF SHARIA BANKING PRODUCTS Arini Fitria Mustapita; Arista Fauzi Kartika; Dewi Diah Fakhriyyah; Ahsani Taqwiem
JISCOS Vol 1, No 2 (2021)
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The banking world is currently experiencing rapid growth, new banks have emerged such as Islamic banks, so it is inevitable that a competitive and tight banking business will emerge. This service activity is expected to provide provisions for the participants to improve the Islamic economy. Understanding Islamic banking products will provide benefits for them in terms of the Islamic economy. The systematics of the implementation of this service activity is Socialization, Literacy and Implementation with the assisted subjects who are partners of this community service activity are Karang Taruna and Dinoyo Residents in Lowokwaru District, Malang City. The activity is carried out in three stages: problem identification, activity implementation, and implementation evaluation. The result of the implementation of this activity was that the participants expressed their gratitude to us for being allowed to take part in the Islamic banking literacy and socialization activities so that they could open their minds who had so far felt that conventional banks and Islamic banks were the same. This shows that the literacy and socialization of Islamic banking in society are still not active enough, so activities like this should be carried out more frequently.
EMPOWERMENT OF THE COMMUNITY OF CANDIMULYO VILLAGE, JOMBANG REGENCY IN FACING THE COVID19 PANDEMIC: LEADING PRODUCT INNOVATION Wuryan Andayani; Sutrisno T
JISCOS Vol 1, No 1 (2021)
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Community empowerment is an effort to improve the ability of the community to become an empowered community to enhance the quality of life of the community. The people of Candimulyo Village were given training in making eco print batik and making dim sum food. The training is provided, hoping that the community will have the expertise to make eco prints and dim sum food, which can then be marketed and increase income for families and the community. Ecoprint is very easy to make because it uses natural materials grown around the house and uses environmentally friendly materials. The community is also expected to innovate to make food that can meet the needs of families and society at large and can innovate and develop eco prints. The results of eco prints are stunning and much in demand by the wider community and have high selling power. Eco prints can also be used as a Village Featured Product by creating a Village characteristic motif.
INDIGENOUS MSMEs FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT IN REJOSO: EMPOWERMENT ISSUES TOWARDS A NEW ERA OF FINANCIAL INCLUSION Nurlita Novianti; Nadafajar Nurmani'ah Widianti
JISCOS Vol 1, No 2 (2021)
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During the pandemic, MSMEs suffered a drop in demand for goods and services, resulting in a decline in MSME income. The epidemic had an impact on sales, which caused a fall. The tourism sector has taken the brunt of the damage. A company in Rejoso Village, Batu, was one of the severely impacted MSMEs. This Village is meant to be an instructive trip in the guise of an MSME Village. The redevelopment of Rejoso Village has a lot of potentials. On the other hand, MSME owners lack financial understanding, making growth challenging for MSMEs. This community service aims to help MSMEs better grasp financial education and create financial reports that capital lenders want. Training and mentoring for MSME owners are among the activities conducted. The method applied is community-based participatory research (CBPR), which includes laying the groundwork, planning, acquiring information, taking action, monitoring and assessment, and evaluation. This activity produces a financial statement that can be used to make MSME business choices.
“SMART VILLAGE” DIGITIZATION PROGRAM: ENCOURAGING THE DEVELOPMENT OF VILLAGE POTENTIAL IN JURUAN DAYA, SUMENEP Angga Erlando; Munir Munir; Rossanto Dwi Handoyo; Andre Pupung Darmawan
JISCOS Vol 1, No 1 (2021)
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Amid this modernization era, many areas in Indonesia still do not have good facilities and accessibility. This village is having difficulties, especially in the irrigation system, infrastructure, and accessibility to the internet. Hence, the authors proposed bringing Juruan Daya Village into a smart village digitalization program to overcome the problem. This program focuses on three significant aspects, such as (1) village administration and governance services; (2) village branding and its development and; (3) community empowerment through improving community business marketing management so that they can rely on more effective and efficient forms of digitalization. The method of this study used action research participatory and supported by secondary library research through journals, books, and other relevant resources. Then, after conducting training and pre-test and post-test to know the participants’ understanding of the program, the result shows that the residents are satisfied. They feel the benefits of the tower after attending the digitalization training in the aspects of village government services, village branding, and online marketing. Furthermore, there has been a development and improvement in participants' understanding of the implemented program. It is hoped that the villagers of Juruan Daya will be able to experience better community services in the future.
ESTABLISHMENT OF A LIBRARY TO IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF HUMAN RESOURCES IN APUAI VILLAGE Surti Surti; Gusti Marliani
JISCOS Vol 1, No 2 (2021)
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Besides formal education such as schools and special training, education can also be obtained through libraries and other media such as the internet or television to access knowledge and information. Apuai Village, Aranio District, Banjar Regency is an underdeveloped village where people challenging to access the internet or telephone signals, and access roads to and from the village are not accessible. This condition is a significant obstacle to transferring information and knowledge from outside. To meet the community's needs in obtaining knowledge, the community service team took the initiative to establish the Apuai Village library. The hope is that the existence of this library can help the community, especially school children in the village, to have insight into creative thinking, cultivate spirituality, foster interest in reading, increase the efficiency and effectiveness of learning in the library. It is also hoped to increase entrepreneurship awareness for the readers for the local community with a low level of education. This community service activity also contains counseling to increase interest in reading. By diligently reading, people will find new knowledge to improve their ability to manage their natural and human potential. As a collection material, our library also provides books related to products and books on marketing strategies and product packaging to increase competitiveness. So far, the community can process natural products into something with better power. They also have difficulty in terms of packaging and marketing. It is because of the difficulty of access to information on attractive marketing and packaging techniques due to the problem of access to transportation, information, and telecommunications in this village.
COMMUNITY MOVEMENT IN INDEPENDENT VEGETABLE GROWING TO INCREASE HOUSEHOLD FOOD SECURITY DURING THE PANDEMIC Ermita Yusida; Ahmad Fajar Maulidin; Anggi Puspaningrum
JISCOS Vol 1, No 1 (2021)
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The increase in the Covid-19 second wave in Indonesia has made the government implement a stricter policy to implement Community Activity Restrictions (PPKM). This activity aims to provide actionable solutions to maintain family food security through the community movement to grow vegetables. The method used in this activity is the Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA) method which begins with FGD, counseling, and field practice. The activity implementer can become a facilitator and directly facilitate the community carrying out activities. The empowerment program was carried out in Kepuharjo Village, Malang Regency, with the main target being housewives. As a result of this activity, participants who attended the FGD and the facilitator decided to create a community movement in independent vegetable growing to stay productive during the pandemic. Community movement was conducted for two weeks, during which the activity implementation team provided all materials, planting media, and seeds. During the two weeks running, 53 housewives grew vegetables independently. Based on the evaluation results, this activity is very effective and efficient for household food fulfillment. Ninety-seven percent of homemakers say that they can increase their food needs with this movement, so they don't have to buy. Of course, it has an impact on saving household expenses. As many as 90 percent of homemakers do this activity and repeat it after harvest. So that the continuity of this activity can run well, besides decreasing spending, this activity can also improve health by producing healthier vegetables.
INCUBATION STRENGTHENING SOCIAL BUSINESS BASED ON JAVANESE-ISLAMIC CULTURE Ronny Ersya Novianto; Ahmad Saifullah
JISCOS Vol 1, No 2 (2021)
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This study aims to build a sustainable model for empowering Arjuno coffee farmers. This study uses a qualitative method. This study indicates that Arjuno coffee farmers adhere to Javanese-Islamic values and culture; this is the basis for describing Pre-Incubation Strengthening of Javanese-Islamic Culture-Based Social Business (ISBSBoJI). Meanwhile, ISBSBoJI was built by increasing the capability and productivity of Arjuno coffee farmers with market orientation and collaboration. The goal of Post-ISBSBoJI is to increase trust and sustainable welfare.
REDESIGN ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT OF STREET FOOD SELLER IN COVID-19 PANDEMIC PERIODS: THE ROLE OF DIGITALIZATION Rahmawati Rahmawati; Alfian Budi Primanto
JISCOS Vol 1, No 1 (2021)
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Covid-19 has a very significant effect on business. Learning from the home policy since implemented during covid-19 made street food sellers around the school environment bereave potential income. The service community program aims to redesign economic empowerment street food sellers around the school environment to retrieve their lost income due to covid-19. There are three problems faced: human resources, production, and marketing. Community services program using Plan-Do-Study-Action (PDSA) Cycle proposed by Moen and Norman (2010) to accomplish the problem. The result shows that there is a positive trend of increasing income. Digital marketing strategy is the primary key to achieving the economic empowerment of food street sellers around the school environment. The new menu offered became a magnet that could attract new consumers and word of mouth as the practical marketing tools in rural areas.
ASSISTANCE OF SHARIA BANKING FINANCE PROGRAM IN MSME DEVELOPMENT IN MALANG REGENCY Mohammad Rizal; Muhammad Ridwan Basalamah
JISCOS Vol 1, No 2 (2021)
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The MSME sector has a vital role in supporting the economy of Malang Regency. The factor that makes it difficult for MSMEs to access Islamic banking financing is an unorganized financial administration system characterized by operational costs inseparable from household expenses. Technical constraints make MSME owners less concerned about their long-term business goals or strategic plans. Karangsuko Village, located in the Malang Regency area, most of the population still relies on the MSME sector as a livelihood. This service aims to make MSME actors understand financial management, sharia accounts, financing rules from Islamic banks, preparation of financial reports, and the formation of proposals for submitting financing to Islamic banks.

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