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  • Peningkatan Kualitas dan Diversifikasi Produk Ikan Teri untuk Pemberdayaan
           Masyarakat di Desa Saramaake, Halmahera Timur

    • Authors: Faleh Setia Budi, Dian Herawati, Joko Purnomo, Ujang Sehabudin, . Sulistiono, Thomas Nugroho
      Pages: 89 - 99
      Abstract: Saramaake Village is one of the villages in East Halmahera District known as anchovy (Stolephorus spp) catching area. In this area, production of the anchovy is high and various in size. A community empowerment had been done for 7 months, from June 2016–January 2017, aimed to improve the anchovy product quality and product diversification. Methods used in this activity were training and mentoring. Targets of the activity were fishermen (15 fisherman groups or 60 persons; for fish catch product handling), and fisherman’s wife (2 groups or 11 persons; for product diversification). The activities that had been carried out were product quality improvement (fish drying construction, fish storage room rehabilitation), added value improvement (product diversification), packaging and labelling of the product. Based on the observation, the community had gained a knowledge and technology related to the fish handling and processing. Some communities had applied the technology of manufacturing processed products, as well as doing the packaging and labeling of these products.
      PubDate: 2017-11-17
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 2 (2017)
       
  • Pelatihan Diversifikasi Produk Olahan Jagung Manis pada Tutor Pendidikan
           Anak Usia Dini di Kecamatan Makasar, Jakarta Timur

    • Authors: . Alsuhendra, . Ridawati
      Pages: 100 - 107
      Abstract: Knowledge and skills about food to be consumed by an early child is one of the important things that need to be mastered by the tutor of Early Childhood Education (ECE). This activity was aimed to improve the knowledge and skills in diversity processing sweet corn products ECE tutors in subdistrict Makasar, East Jakarta. This activity was conducted in PAUD Kuntum Melati, Makasar Village, East Jakarta on September 29, 2015. The method used is counseling and demonstration with pre-activity stage, implementation, evaluation of target knowledge, and motivation. The results showed that the activity could improved the knowledge and skills of ECE tutors about sweet corn, the nutritional content, and its products, sweet corn beverage and kue talam from corn waste. All tutors liked the taste, color, and aroma of corn extract beverage and talam cake.
      PubDate: 2017-11-17
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 2 (2017)
       
  • Pemberdayaan Masyarakat Desa Wakah, Kecamatan Ngrambe melalui Pembuatan
           Pakan Lele Alternatif dari Ampas Tahu dan Probiotik

    • Authors: Wachidatul Linda Yuhanna, Yahya Ganda Yulistiana
      Pages: 108 - 114
      Abstract: Wakah Village, Ngrambe Subdistrict is one of catfish farming village in Ngawi District. The obstacles faced by catfish farmers are the high price of feed, thus increasing the cost of production, and also capital. Catfish farmers have not been using alternative feed and still rely on pellet which is produced by factories. Alternative solutions that can be done is to make pellets from local ingredients such as tofu-lees and probiotics. The purpose of this program is to empower Wakah community in making alternative catfish feed of tofu-lees and probiotics. The methods used are the preparation of the program, the manufacturer of the product and the proximate analysis, the making of tutorials videos and guide books, socialization and training, mentoring, monitoring, and evaluating. The result of society's empowerment is catfish farmers in the group Margo Rukun has potential ability to develop fish pellets from the tofu-lees and probiotics. Proximate analysis of fish pellets from tofu and probiotics showed a 32.6% protein, 6.2% fat, 4.5% reducing sugar, 4.8% crude fiber, and 0.3% Ca mineral. Video tutorials and guide books talking about fish pellets made of tofu-lees and probiotics are able to be used by society. Catfish farmers in group Margo Rukun have an ability in making pellets from tofu-lees and probiotics independently with the percentage of material achievement is 80% of the total number of group members. The difficulties which are faced by the farmers during breeding the catfish are weather, supporting material, and marketing. The result of monitoring and evaluation show that catfish farmers Margo Rukun is committed to developing fish pellets from tofu-lees and probiotics as the effort of program sustainability.
      PubDate: 2017-11-17
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 2 (2017)
       
  • Pengembangan Unit Usaha Nugget Sehat di Politeknik Negeri Lhokseumawe

    • Authors: Zahra Fona, Eka Kurniasih, . Raudah
      Pages: 115 - 122
      Abstract: This program aimed to develop nugget sehat products which are no additives content such as synthetic preservatives, stabilizers, and dyes, into a commercial business unit within the auspices of the State Polytechnic of Lhokseumawe (PNL). This program become a basis of practical to students in the nugget production, as well as practical place for fresh graduated alumni before going to the real work. In additon, it become an example of enterpreneurship unit in PNL campus environment. The development includes increasing the production capacity from 3 kg/week to 30 kg/week by this program. It shows a significantly increase of production capacity up to 90%. Before, it was produced only chicken nugget, by this program, there are 3 flavours have been produced: chicken, fish, and vegetable. The promotion was performed not only by direct offering, but also using social media (facebook and bbm). The marketing of the product has reached Lhokseumawe City, Aceh Utara, Aceh Timur, and Banda Aceh. Market place become a problem, due to the limited expired of nugget product in room temperature. Therefore, the particular transportation of the product will be required in order to reach wider area. Moreover, there are 8 students have performed the nugget production in his unit during 2016, and 8 fresh graduated alumni have done the practical work in this unit. Additionally, the society have some benefit by this program, 5 people become the employees and they get knowledge of production sistem base on apllication of technology. In the next stage when the continuity of production running well, the Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) and Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HAACP) can be implemented in this business unit.
      PubDate: 2017-11-17
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 2 (2017)
       
  • Pemberdayaan Masyarakat melalui Pengolahan Jambu Merah Delima (Syzygium
           semarangense) di Kabupaten Demak

    • Authors: Wiludjeng Roessali, Priyo Sasmoko, . Darwanto
      Pages: 123 - 128
      Abstract: Community service activities through science and technology for society program in the Mranak Village, Wonosalam Subdistrict, Demak District directed to empower the community to generate additional income for the family through the application of technology processing fruit and business development. The method used was training and production practices that were preceded by Focus Group Discussion (FGD) to plan for business groups and marketing strategies. Program participants were members of the PKK Mranak Village and women farmers group Mutiara Tani (Gapoktan). Results of empowerment through training and practice showed positive response of the participants. Pioneering to business groups performed through the marketing of products in environmental assessment activities in some places in the Semarang City. Product jam and pie based on organoleptic test can be accepted by the market. Application of marketing strategy and better organization of production that will be initiated the establishment of joint venture group. This empowerment program in the long term is expected to be a thriving business with the capacity and better quality.
      PubDate: 2017-11-17
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 2 (2017)
       
  • Pelatihan Pembuatan Biochar dari Limbah Sekam Padi Menggunakan Metode
           Retort Kiln

    • Authors: Maria Maghdalena Diana Widiastuti, Bonny Lantang
      Pages: 129 - 135
      Abstract: Utilization of rice husk waste into biochar could become one of the innovations that can be applied for farmers to overcome the reducing acidity of soil, increasing crop productivity, and savings carbon stocks to address global environmental issues. The purpose of this training are: 1) To introduce benefits of biochar as a soil improvement for farmer groups in Kampung Jaya Makmur; 2) To practice biochar production using retort kiln method from rise husk; 3) To apply biochar in as infertile or acid soil; 4) Establish a business group biochar production; and (5) To assist biochar business groups during the production, processing and marketing process. This training uses PLA (Participatory Learning and Action) by empowering pioneer farmers who had been trained in biochar production. The participants of this training are two farmer groups, owner of rice mills, and village officials Jaya Makmur, Kurik Subdistrict, Merauke District. The result of this training are 40 farmers know about the importance of biochar for their agricultural land as soil improvement reduce the acidity of soil. Participants also know how to produce biochar using retort kilns, and conventional methods and the disadvantages and advantages of each method, some farmers are able to make their own biochar by conventional methods. There are two farmers want apply biochar in their land in next planting season and establish a biochar production group. Conclusion of this training are the community knows about the importance of biochar and methods of efficient production and reduce pollution by using retort kiln.
      PubDate: 2017-11-17
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 2 (2017)
       
  • Pemberantasan Buta Aksara untuk Peningkatan Kualitas Sumber Daya Manusia
           Masyarakat Sekitar Hutan Desa Manipi, Kecamatan Pana, Kabupaten Mamasa

    • Authors: Vega Jessica, Ardian Halis, Dwi Wahyu Ningsi, Ghita Firsty Virginia, . Syahidah
      Pages: 136 - 142
      Abstract: Illiteracy is one of the basic issue that hinder the quality of human resources. In order to improve the quality of human resources, one of the fundamental things that must be fulfilled is eradicate illiteracy of community. The aim of this study are to enhance literacy of the forest community in Manipi Village, Pana Sub-District, Mamasa District, West Sulawesi. Manipi Village have abundant natural resources, such as wood and non-wood forest product. On the other hand, this area also relatively isolated due to it is difficult accessibility. Therefore, the resident also unable to access education so that illiteracy rate is quite high. Illiteracy eradicating were arrange in cooperation with PKBM Harapan Bersama, and NGO that focused in illiteracy eradicating. Literacy of resident before and after this program were measured by a pre test and a post test. The age of the partisipant were 17–59 years with total 55 partisipants. The program divided into three steps, namely reading, writing, and counting steps. Every step refers to the teaching module and conducted with the attractive way. The result showed that literacy of partisipant increased from 11 to 70%, writing increased from 9 to 70%, while for the counting increased from 15 to 71%.
      PubDate: 2017-11-17
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 2 (2017)
       
  • Analisis Keuntungan Usaha Produksi Ayam Goreng Presto pada Produk Celebes
           Organik Chicken (COC) (Studi Kasus Program IbIKK di Fakultas Peternakan,
           Universitas Hasanuddin)

    • Authors: Muhammad Irfan Said, Effendi Abustam, Wempie Pakiding, . Hastang
      Pages: 143 - 149
      Abstract: This study aimed to analyze a number of profits from the sale of products fried chicken presto vaccum packed with brand Celebes Organic Chicken (COC). This product was developed from the activities of science and technology for innovation and campus creativity community service programs in the Faculty of Animal Science, Hasanuddin University. The process of production and sales made at the Laboratory of Meat and Egg Processing Technology, Faculty of Animal Science, Hasanuddin University. The production process done through several processes, namely: washing, seasoning, cooking, refrigeration, vacuum packing, and freezing. Based on the results of the data analysis of the benefit and costs of product sales result that, on the scale of business of  5 chickens with 1.5–1.6 kg carcass weight (10 pieces of chicken) (17 packsto produce the amount of fixed costs by IDR 4.778.333, variable costs IDR 5.660.000, the benefit of IDR 13.175.000, and the benefit of IDR 2.736.667. The end result of this calculation concluded that this business is very profitable, so it is feasible to be developed into a business. The profit margin obtained IDR 4.123/pack.
      PubDate: 2017-11-17
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 2 (2017)
       
  • Peningkatan Kualitas Ikan Teri Kering di Desa Sathean, Kecamatan Kei
           Kecil, Kabupaten Maluku Tenggara

    • Authors: Maria Kristina Ohoiwutun, Elisabeth Cory Ohoiwutun, Cawalinya Livsanthi Hasyim
      Pages: 150 - 159
      Abstract: The business of dry anchovy processing in Sathean Village, Kei Kecil Southeast Maluku was considered as a household scale with traditional open drying methods that potentially lack of hygiene and sanitation, as well as management product, recording and marketing. To overcome this problem, the Perikanan Negeri Tual team of community services was implementing transfer science and technology focusing on building capacity in simple business administration as well as developing manufacture equipment and technique of drying anchovies. There were four program’s activities that conducted, included 1) Initial community education and service; 2) Counseling on hygiene and sanitation of anchovy drying equipment; 3) Extension on simple management of business administration; and 4) Training on manufacturing and technique of anchovy dryer and its production capacity. The output was measured by the achievement of program implementation, and the result was described as follows: 1) The understanding improvement of partners on dry fish processing business, 2) The ability to make a manufacture equipment of anchovy dryers that proved by constructing two dry anchovy dryers with the size p x l x t = 308 x 208 x 250 cm, 3) The capacity to produce 35–40 kg of dried anchovy with hygienic production process, and 4) The skill to manage simple business administration.
      PubDate: 2017-11-17
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 2 (2017)
       
  • Pengembangan Agroekowisata Berbasis Perkebunan Kopi Rakyat di Kecamatan
           Tutur, Kabupaten Pasuruan

    • Authors: Jojok Dwiridotjahjono, Ahmad Zainul Arifin, Purnomo Edi Sasongko, . Maroeto, Wahyu Santoso
      Pages: 157 - 165
      Abstract: IbW program’s aims to organize and plan the model of agrotourism development in Tutur Sub-District, Pasuruan District, based on the people's coffee. The several methods of implementation include socialization is done by several methods ranging from discourse, discussion, practice, module making, role play, and evaluation. The model approaches to the action program include: 1) Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA) model; 2) Entrepreneurship Capacity Building model (ECB); and 3) Technology Transfer model (TT). In addition, advocacy program is conducted regularly between the companion with Manunggalig Karso farmer group, Tutur Sub-district, Pasuruan District. The results of the activities of IbW Agroekowisata in Tutur Sub-District, Pasuruan District based on coffee plantation of the people, have been achieved such as: a) Agricultural people garden profile in the form of audio visual; b) Detailed spatial plan for tourism areas of coffee garden and coffee house production, in the form of maps and floor plans; c) Banner and backdrop location of Desa Wisata Kopi; d) Guest book; and e) Design of location signposts. There are several reasons that encourage a positive response during the implementation of IbW: 1) IbW programs provide the economical benefits of integrated farming of coffee, apple, chrysanthemum, and dairy cattle; 2) Community empowerment methods and strategies implemented in this activity is a very effective facilitation felt by the community, especially promotion in the form of tourist visit book, flyer & brochure of coffee agro-tourism product, and website; and 3) The involvement of various elements can create synergism between the components concerned so that empowerment runs intensively and productively which has implications for the sustainability of the program.
      PubDate: 2017-11-17
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 2 (2017)
       
 
 
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