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  • Assistance in the establishment of BUMDes in Sonorejo Village, Candimulyo

    • Authors: Barkah Susanto, Ataj Amiratul Aida, Elifa Fenny Rahayu, Khofifa Lailatul Salamah, Lidya Sahira Atiqoh, Iffatul Farida
      Pages: 1646 - 1650
      Abstract: The Integrated Community Service (PPMT) activity regarding the establishment of BUMDes in Sonorejo Village, Candimulyo was carried out as an effort to develop investment and productivity by advancing the village economy, and facilitating community services to obtain welfare. This program was carried out with BUMDes administrators and village assistants. The method of implementing the program is carried out starting from socialization, assistance, monitoring and evaluation in the establishment of BUMDes. With this program, the establishment of BUMDes is expected to provide insight and experience and advance the village economy. The result of this program is the verification of all legal documents and the registration of the proposed BUMDes on the Ministry of Village website.
      PubDate: 2022-10-26
      DOI: 10.31603/ce.6638
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 10 (2022)
  • Empowering Geduang Village community through the establishment of a waste

    • Authors: Laili Qomariyah, Muhammad Dzikki Annawaf, Lutfiani Lutfiani, Nanda Ristina, Yulia Nisvi Aryani, Aldi Dwi Pamungkas
      First page: 1651
      Abstract: Until now, the waste management in Geduang Hamlet has not been optimal, even though waste can be processed into goods of economic value. Limited knowledge and lack of skills are obstacles in waste management. Therefore, efforts are needed to improve human resources in the management of organic and inorganic waste. Community empowerment through the formation and management of waste aims to provide education to the public about the Waste Bank starting from the establishment to the administrative mechanism. This program is carried out in the form of training. The results obtained from this program are that the waste bank management has been able to formulate a vision and mission, understand an efficient waste sorting process, and increase the solidity of managers and more organized financial planning management.
      PubDate: 2022-10-30
      DOI: 10.31603/ce.6872
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 10 (2022)
  • Herb mocktail product innovation to improve the creative economy in
           Wilayut Village

    • Authors: Ramon Ananda Paryontri, Lely Ika Mariyati, Safia Meilia Sari, Nur Azmi Widyastuti
      First page: 1659
      Abstract: Herb products have become people's daily consumption. However, herb products are often considered old-fashioned and conventional accompanied by poor packaging. This happens because of the lack of knowledge and skills of herb medicine business players in developing processed products, packaging, and marketing. The purpose of this activity is to increase the knowledge and skills of the PKK group in making the innovative "JAJEKUA" herb mocktail product and has good packaging. Meanwhile, branding socialization aims to make the target community have skills in product marketing to achieve stable sales in the long term. The method used is training with discussions, presentations, house-to-house assistance, and making videos of the herb medicine-making process. This activity provides great benefits as indicated by an increase in knowledge and skills in making mocktail "JAJEKUA" herb medicine products and the ability to package good products.
      PubDate: 2022-10-31
      DOI: 10.31603/ce.7010
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 10 (2022)
  • Efforts to increase the attractiveness of madrasah through improving human
           resources quality and structuring infrastructure

    • Authors: Irham Nugroho, Eni Kurniawati, Regita Cahyani, Khafifa Choiru Muna, Anna Priastuti
      First page: 1665
      Abstract: The attractiveness of madrasa is inseparable from the National Education Standards (SNP) and the measurement results are used as a reference for developing work programs. Two standards that are prioritized for the fulfillment of the eight SNPs are educators and education personnel (HR) and facilities and infrastructure. For this reason, this program is aimed at improving the quality of human resources and infrastructure in order to increase the attractiveness of the community. This program was carried out at MI Muhammadiyah Surodadi 2 Penggaron Hamlet, Gondowangi Village, Sawangan District, Magelang Regency by involving the head of the madrasa and teachers. This program used a participatory rural appraisal approach which is carried out in three stages, namely socialization, training, and mentoring. The result of this program is the increase in HR expertise in graphic design and videography as well as the arrangement of MI facilities and infrastructure.
      PubDate: 2022-10-31
      DOI: 10.31603/ce.7018
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 10 (2022)
  • Downstream research results of pineapple extract as a disinfectant for PKK
           Tarai Bangun Village, Riau

    • Authors: Siti Juariah, Alfin Surya, Sukri Sukri, Wahyu Margi Sidoretno, Wahyu Ramadhan, Reiz Mutia AR
      First page: 1671
      Abstract: This service activity is a downstreaming of research results by involving PKK in making soap from pineapple weevil extract (waste from pineapple processing). The purpose of this activity is to create entrepreneurs and improve the welfare of the community. Service activities are carried out with the debriefing method regarding the knowledge and skills of making antibacterial dish soap, packaging, product marketing. The results of this program are that the community can produce antibacterial dish soap, increase community welfare, and the formation of MSMEs.
      PubDate: 2022-10-31
      DOI: 10.31603/ce.7061
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 10 (2022)
  • Utilization of wood waste into briquettes as an alternative fuel
           substitute for kerosene in Skouw Yambe Village, Jayapura City

    • Authors: Hendry Y. Nanlohy, Helen Riupassa, Jusuf Haurissa, Susi Marianingsih, Syamsudin Usman
      First page: 1677
      Abstract: The existence of wood waste along the coast of Skouw Yambe is an abundant natural potential that has not been utilized properly. This Community Service activity aims to utilize the waste into briquettes as an alternative fuel to replace kerosene. The method used in this activity is the socialization, practice and training of making briquettes starting from collecting and drying raw materials, making wood charcoal, refining wood charcoal, mixing wood charcoal with adhesives, printing briquettes, drying briquettes, and cooking trials using briquettes. The result from this community service program is that the people of Skouw Yambe village can have excellent skills and abilities in producing household-scale briquettes from wood waste.
      PubDate: 2022-10-31
      DOI: 10.31603/ce.7118
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 10 (2022)
  • Self-control training for school age children in internet addiction
           prevention effort

    • Authors: Tesha Hestyana Sari, Sri Wahyuni, Fathra Annis Nauli, Jumaini Jumaini, Veny Elita
      First page: 1684
      Abstract: Internet addiction can occur in school-age children which has an impact on the inability of children to control themselves from using the internet, causing brain or mental functional problems in everyday life. Community service program is carried out according to the problem, namely educational activities and self-control training for students as an effort to prevent internet addiction. This self-control training was attended by 20 students of SDN 130 Pekanbaru. This program was preceded by health education about internet addiction, then trained students to exercise self-control in using gadgets and the internet and were evaluated after six days of self-control exercises. Programs were measured using a knowledge questionnaire and KDAI internet addiction diagnostic questionnaire as well as the results of a reminder card. The results of the pre-test showed that the average knowledge of the participants was 85.11 and the post-test was 90.82. This program proved to be successful where objectively there was an increase in participants' knowledge about Covid-19 and the use of gadgets.
      PubDate: 2022-10-31
      DOI: 10.31603/ce.7152
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 10 (2022)
  • Utilization of organic domestic waste as liquid organic fertilizer at PCM

    • Authors: Suparti Suparti, Aminah Asngad, Lina Agustina, Rina Astuti, Ambarwati Ambarwati, Dwi Setyo Astuti, Erma Musbita Tyastuti, Siti Kartika Sari, Ria Anisa Fani, Muhammad Fauzi Nurromadhon, Firstnanda Ivanka Putri, Shalsa Shabilla Isna Putri, Siti Nur Syarifah, Nila Permatasari, Warsiti Warsiti
      First page: 1689
      Abstract: The amount of organic household waste creates new problems in the environment, so there needs to be a solution to reduce waste. One of them is by making liquid organic fertilizer. The purpose of this community service is to provide training on the manufacture of liquid organic fertilizer from household waste. The method in this community service activity is to provide training on making POC from organic waste, conducting NPK POC tests, training and assistance in making POC product packaging at PCM Colomadu (Women Farmers Group (KWT) Berkah Tani 2). The result of this community service activity is that the KWT Berkah Tani 2 gains experience in making POCs so that they can help reduce organic waste in the Colomadu area.
      PubDate: 2022-10-31
      DOI: 10.31603/ce.7154
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 10 (2022)
  • Training on production of liquid organic fertilizer for family welfare
           development (PKK) Group in Matesih Village, Karanganyar, Central Java

    • Authors: Santhyami Santhyami, Difa Hasna Febriyanti, Tamia Salsha Novita, Anggraeni Ayu Puspitaning Winhar
      First page: 1696
      Abstract: Waste problem is considered as the global issue. Many areas are still facing difficulty in managing waste due to the lack of knowledge especially in waste recycling. Household waste is a common problem experienced by the Matesih Village community, Karanganyar, Central Java. This community service aims to raise awareness of the community about the importance of household waste recycling and to train them in processing the household waste into the liquid organic fertilizer (LOF). The target of this community service was 10 women of Family Welfare Development (PKK) community. The methods used in this activity were transfer of knowledge and demonstrating. This training produced 16.7 liter of LOF with average pH of 6. Based on the survey, participants were satisfied with the socialization and training activities and willing to continue the program of making LOF independently.
      PubDate: 2022-10-31
      DOI: 10.31603/ce.7173
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 10 (2022)
  • First aid assistance for burns for students of Muhammadiyah 1 Senior High
           School of Pontianak City

    • Authors: Haryanto Haryanto, Lestari Makmuriana, Junaidi Junaidi, Ledy Ervita, Maria Magdalena, Meli Shinta Aristy
      First page: 1704
      Abstract: Burns are an emergency problem that can occur anywhere and anytime. An emergency is often a serious and sometimes dangerous situation that occurs suddenly and requires immediate action to save lives. Burns are tissue damage or loss caused by contact with heat sources such as fire, hot water, chemicals, electricity and radiation. Therefore, this activity aims to increase the knowledge of the students of SMA Muhammadiyah 1 Pontianak City in performing first aid on burns and to encourage the active role of students in handling burns. This service uses an action research method with a participatory action program approach. After conducting health education about the first treatment of burns, it was found that there was an increase in students' knowledge and understanding of the first treatment of burns.
      PubDate: 2022-10-31
      DOI: 10.31603/ce.7176
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 10 (2022)
  • Kidspreneur initiation through making prayer mats with quilting techniques
           at Aisyiyah Orphanage Karanganyar

    • Authors: An Nurrahmawati, Khresna Bayu Sangka, Dian Perwitasari, Estetika Mutiaranisa Kurniawati, Nur Chayati, Saktiana Rizki Endiramurti, Bagas Narendra Parahita, Lies Nurhaini
      First page: 1709
      Abstract: Mentally and financially independence are essential matters that should be learned early. Among them are for children who do not have guardians or parents. Solutions designed to encourage independence, by teaching additional skills and instilling an entrepreneurial mentality in children or Kidspreneurs. The team chose to train sewing skills using the quilting technique because it is basic and easy, and the raw materials are inexpensive and readily available. The program focused on making prayer mats considering the simple shape and the uneven age and sewing skills of the children. In addition to providing entrepreneurial mental strengthening and sewing training on quilting techniques, the team also provided assistance with sewing machines, patchwork and sewing tools. The results of the training show the enthusiasm of the children and their desire to become entrepreneurs. From this training, the children of Aisyiyah Karanganyar orphanage members will be able to be independent and even contribute to similar empowerment in their surroundings.
      PubDate: 2022-10-31
      DOI: 10.31603/ce.7189
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 10 (2022)
  • Socialization of social media as a means of building peace culture among
           the z-generation in Samarinda City

    • Authors: Devy Indah Paramitha, Intan Kinanti Damarin Tyas
      First page: 1716
      Abstract: The development of modern era must be followed by the development of a mature mindset, especially the use of social media. Today, technological advances have implications for the easy flow of information from all social media platforms. However, this ease has triggered hate speech and led to cyber bullying in the community. On the other hand, social media is also often used as a tool to spread hoax news. Any information from social media must be used to prevent conflict. Therefore, this community service will be carried out as a preventive step to build public understanding of social media, so that it is hoped that social media will become a tool for a culture of peace. The activity is carried out by providing an understanding of how to use social media properly and wisely through the use of the TEPAR formula. The result of the program shows an increase in knowledge related to the use of social media as a means to create a peace culture.
      PubDate: 2022-10-31
      DOI: 10.31603/ce.7235
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 10 (2022)
  • Assistance in writing scientific articles for teachers

    • Authors: Khoirul anwar, Slamet Asari
      First page: 1723
      Abstract: Writing scientific papers for junior high school teachers is very necessary, especially how to compose the introduction, review, theory, results and discussion, and conclusions in an easy and applicable way. This activity uses two complementary mentoring methods, namely workshops and assistancing for 15 teachers from four schools in Gresik and Lamongan Regencies. The result of the program shows encouraging and positive gains. 81.8% of participants had a positive perception of the domains of preliminary preparation, theory review, presentation of results, discussion, and conclusion. The result of the interview confirms that the introduction and presentation of the results are parts that are easy to master. However, the review of theory and research methods are difficult part to master. This is because teachers often experience difficulties in integrating theoretical thinking into practical thinking. This assistance seeks to help teachers solve learning problems through a combination of theoretical and practical, and written communication skills in the form of scientific articles.
      PubDate: 2022-10-31
      DOI: 10.31603/ce.7264
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 10 (2022)
  • Technology dissemination of Beauveria bassiana bioinsecticide and
           Trichoderma biofungicide for controlling pests and diseases on shallots

    • Authors: Mohammad Yunus, Burhanuddin Haji Nasir, Nur Edy, Moh. Hibban Toana, Usman Made, Asgar Taiyeb
      First page: 1732
      Abstract: Pest and disease attacks are one of the obstacles in increasing shallot production in the Palu Valley, Central Sulawesi. Farmers still rely on the use of synthetic pesticides to control pests and diseases, which results in a high demand for insecticides and fungicides. This community service aims to disseminate pest control technology with the bioinsecticide Beauveria bassiana and disease control with the biofungicide Trichoderma, as well as train farmers to develop and apply it on their farms to solved the problems. The methods applied are training, technology application demonstration plots, coaching, and mentoring. The results of the activity showed that the participants were able to make and develop the bioinsecticide Beauveria bassiana and the biofungicide Trichoderma well. The application of bioinsecticides and biofungicides on demonstration plots reduced the intensity of onion caterpillar attacks and stem rot disease of shallots. With these results, farmers are expected to be able to develop and apply them in their farms.
      PubDate: 2022-10-31
      DOI: 10.31603/ce.7567
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 10 (2022)
  • Product photography assistance for micro, small, and medium enterprises in
           Banyuasin, South Sumatra

    • Authors: Farisha Sestri Musdalifah, Krisna Murti, Annisa Rahmawati, Januar Eko Aryansah, Harry Yogsunandar
      First page: 1740
      Abstract: In this digital era, online trade transactions have become a new culture. Small business owners in Sungai Pinang Village are familiar with technology and have been assisted in expanding the market to the online realm via smartphones. However, the challenge experienced by small business actors is that there are not proper and not attractive product photos to upload to social media and online stores, so they cannot attract the attention of potential consumers. This community empowerment activity aims to assist small business actors in being able to take photos of their business products in marketing and promoting their products digitally. There are 30 business owners attended the workshop with various types of business products. Small business participants were given materials about marketing, promotion, and basic knowledge of product photography. They also participated in workshops and mentoring on making attractive product photos so the photos could be promoted online. In addition, there are follow-up activities by monitoring the social media of small business owners to see the implementation of uploaded product photos in promoting their products. The result of this event is an increase in the general knowledge of small business owners about the basics of product photography so that it can be applied when marketing and promoting their business products online.
      PubDate: 2022-10-31
      DOI: 10.31603/ce.7586
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 10 (2022)
  • Community assistance in the utilization of palm coir fiber

    • Authors: Fathur Rahman Rustan, Muhammad Buttomi Masgode, Arman Hidayat, Haerul Purnama, Al Tafakur La Ode, Arya Dirgantara, Retno Puspaningtyas
      First page: 1750
      Abstract: The community assistance program in utilizing oil palm coir in Kolaka Regency, Southeast Sulawesi for supporting materials from the GRC mixture is a new breakthrough in the use of palm coir waste. This activity is expected to overcome the problem of oil palm coir waste and make it a new economic source for the surrounding community. The purpose of this program is to increase public knowledge in utilizing palm oil coir waste so that it can be of economic value and to increase public understanding in the process of making GRC by utilizing palm coir waste. The method used is assistance in the utilization of palm coir fiber as an added material in the manufacture of GRC plates. The results of the monitoring and evaluation activities resulted in the response that the surrounding community could process palm oil coir waste into a commodity that has economic value and additional knowledge to utilize palm oil coir waste in the manufacture of Glassfiber Reinforced Cement (GRC) as part of innovation in the construction sector.
      PubDate: 2022-10-31
      DOI: 10.31603/ce.7599
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 10 (2022)
  • Optimizing the ability of ambulance drivers in handling emergency
           situations in Gunungkidul Regency, Yogyakarta

    • Authors: Sumarti Endah Purnamaningsih Maria Margaretha, Sugiarto Sugiarto
      First page: 1756
      Abstract: The ambulance driver is one of the parties that participates in helping victims. The purpose of this community service is to optimize the role of ambulance drivers in providing assistance in emergency conditions which include evacuation, stabilization, transportation. In an effort to optimize, counseling is needed related to emergencies that often occur. The implementation of this program is carried out in three stages, namely, pre-test, counseling, and post-test. This program succeeded in increasing the understanding of ambulance drivers regarding emergency conditions, both aspects of evacuation, stabilization, and transportation.
      PubDate: 2022-11-01
      DOI: 10.31603/ce.7756
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 10 (2022)
  • Basic life support training for ambulance drivers in pre-hospitalization

    • Authors: Abdul Aziz, Iswanti Purwaningsih
      First page: 1761
      Abstract: The limited means of transportation becomes a problem in conducting pre-hospitalization, especially in Gunungkidul Regency, Yogyakarta. The mileage that reaches 39 km from the center of Yogyakarta can increase the patient's risk of experiencing multiple trauma. The ambulance driver is the officer responsible for operating the ambulance and providing basic life support in handling cases of cardiac arrest during the transportation process. The purpose of this program is to improve pre-hospitalization transportation skills in handling first aid in an effort to prevent death. The methods of this community service include health counseling, mentoring, and training. Basic life support training has been proven to improve the knowledge and skills of village ambulance drivers so that it can be used as a provision for pre-hospitalization in providing health services to prevent death and unwanted complications.
      PubDate: 2022-11-01
      DOI: 10.31603/ce.7757
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 10 (2022)
  • Application of therapeutic group therapy and thought stopping for
           elementary school students

    • Authors: Usraleli Usraleli, Husnan Husnan, Syafrisar Meri Agritubella
      First page: 1765
      Abstract: The behavior of school-age children has changed during the pandemic. The implementation of face-to-face learning after the pandemic requires extra adaptation where children have to orient and interact with classmates who were previously online for 2 years. Some of the difficulties faced include pessimistic children, dependence on friends, being alone, disturbing friends and not completing tasks well. This leads to fear, negative thoughts, and an inability to adapt to classmates. Therapeutic Group Therapy (TGT) and Thought Stopping (TS) aim to stimulate cognitive, affective, and psychomotor as well as eliminate negative thoughts and turn them into positive thoughts. This activity was attended by 33 students in grade 3 of SDN 176 Pekanbaru. TKT was conducted in 7 sessions and TS was carried out using a workbook for 3 sessions. The results of this community service activity showed that there was an increase in the ability of children to accept learning and be able to change negative thoughts into positive thoughts.
      PubDate: 2022-11-01
      DOI: 10.31603/ce.7790
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 10 (2022)
  • Covid-19 pandemic: improving health with proper self-medication and the
           use of medicinal plants

    • Authors: Pinasti Utami, Muhammad Thesa Ghozali, Nurul Maziyyah, Salmah Orbayinah, Surria Dwiwahyu
      First page: 1774
      Abstract: The Covid-19 pandemic has an effect on people's drug-self-medication behavior. However, community knowledge about the use of self-medication is still lacking. This is also consistent with public perception of TOGA (Family Drugs Plant). For this reason, the devotees make a community service program to socialize the importance of TOGA and provide training in making TOGA. This activity is being carried out in collaboration with the Institute for Environment and Disaster Management of the Aisyiyah Region Special Region of Yogyakarta (LLHPB PWA DIY), which focuses on environmental issues, and in collaboration with Aisyiah community in Umbulharjo, which is working to mobilize the potential of women in order to form Aisyiah cadres. This activity includes three programs: the formation of a progressive Youth Health Team, health training related to drug self-medication and health promotion, and workshops on the use of vacant land to increase food security. Training and workshops can increase the knowledge of cadres, both related to self-medication and the environment. In addition, the topic of using medicinal plants for disease prevention and immune enhancement is a new issue in the community.
      PubDate: 2022-10-31
      DOI: 10.31603/ce.7862
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 10 (2022)
  • Community empowerment in using virgin coconut oil (LALAAN) as pruritus

    • Authors: Diana Hardiyanti, Melinda Restu Pertiwi, Heryyanoor Heryyanoor
      First page: 1781
      Abstract: Virgin coconut oil (VCO) or lalaan oil is suspected to have non-pharmacological therapeutic benefits in pruritus. Community service activities in Sungai Tuan Ilir Village, Astambul District, Banjar Regency, South Kalimantan are carried out to empower the community to take advantage of the abundant coconut in the surrounding environment and to process it independently at home. The community service method is carried out by socializing health counseling, demonstrations and mentoring. This community service is able to improve the understanding and skills of the community in utilizing coconut as a non-pharmacological drug for the treatment of pruritus or itching. These skills can also be used as business opportunities for cadres and village communities by naming unique products, such as lalaan (lakas malawan gatalan).
      PubDate: 2022-10-31
      DOI: 10.31603/ce.7863
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 10 (2022)
  • Freshwater lobster cultivation (cherax quadricarinatus): Post Covid-19
           traumatic healing and economic revitalization

    • Authors: Gunawan Refiadi, Dodi Gunawan, Mujiarto Mujiarto, Acep Wagiman, Rislah Anini Tasnim, Alayka Syarifa Putri
      First page: 1787
      Abstract: There are at least two impacts of Covid-19, mental trauma due to the loss of a loved family member and the decline of livelihoods. However, post-pandemic, life must go on. Families left behind need trauma healing, while those who have run aground must generate new economic opportunities. A service idea was rolled out in the form of training on freshwater crayfish cultivation which has potential and has prospective economic value. The activity is intended for sixbee community partners in the form of training on the introduction and practice of freshwater crayfish cultivation using the aquarium method. The results show that this activity has succeeded in providing benefits to partners through facilitation of trauma healing and socialization of red claw freshwater crayfish cultivation as a new economic opportunity after Covid-19.
      PubDate: 2022-10-31
      DOI: 10.31603/ce.7955
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 10 (2022)
  • Utilization of household waste through maggot cultivation in Lecari
           Village, Pasuruan Regency

    • Authors: Abdul Wahid, Sinta Nur Fadhilah, Nahdiyatus Syariva, Fikri Nur Syarifudin, Syamsyul Arifin, Marisannah Millatul Haq, Alifia Diana
      First page: 1797
      Abstract: This community service aims to make people care about household waste, turn waste into economic value, and have an impact on improving welfare after the pandemic. The program was carried out through an organic waste management workshop using black soldier fly (BSF) larvae media for residents of Lecari Village, Sukorejo District, Pasuruan Regency. The program was attended by 11 people where 3 of them were very interested in cultivating maggot and 6 people wanted to do trials. While the other 2 people are not interested in maggot cultivation. The results of this program will also be realized by the Village-Owned Enterprises (BUMDes) as an economic potential in order to improve the welfare of the Lecari Village community.
      PubDate: 2022-10-31
      DOI: 10.31603/ce.7956
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 10 (2022)
  • Surveyor training for housing backlog data collection using location
           intelligence technology in Krendang Village, West Jakarta

    • Authors: Wahyu Sejati, Agung Sediyono, Arief Fadhilah, Ryan Faza Prasetyo
      First page: 1803
      Abstract: One of the problems of population density is the lack of adequate housing. Krendang Village is one of the most densely populated urban areas with a population density of 76,124 inhabitants/km2. Surveyor training is needed to provide understanding and knowledge to avoid errors in housing backlog data collection during field surveys. The housing backlog data collection process is carried out using the data collection method directly to residents' homes using the MAPID form to facilitate filling out questionnaires based on location intelligence technology. The results of this housing backlog survey can be used as a policy basis for structuring slum areas and also identifying the demographic map of the Krendang Village area. This surveyor training also produces a housing backlog module that can be used as a reference for surveyors.
      PubDate: 2022-10-31
      DOI: 10.31603/ce.8042
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 10 (2022)
  • Increasing public speaking capabilities for youth organization Persatuan
           Pemuda Mangindara

    • Authors: Wardah Wardah, Syukri Syukri, Ahmad Syarif, Muhammad Yahya
      First page: 1808
      Abstract: Persatuan Pemuda Mangindara is a youth organization that has the obligation of helping to create the welfare of the villagers. The problem found that youth organization members are generally still clumsy and do not have sufficient knowledge and skills in terms of public speaking. For this reason, public speaking training is needed that helps increase self-confidence and provides knowledge and basic speaking techniques. This public speaking training is carried out in several stages, starting from the preparation stage (observation and interview), the implementation stage (pre-presentation, initial evaluation, orientation, post-presentation, and feedback), and the evaluation stage. This training provides knowledge and improves basic public speaking skills for youth organization members to become good presenters, able to deliver speeches correctly and be more confident in interacting, communicating, and socializing with the community.
      PubDate: 2022-11-02
      DOI: 10.31603/ce.8043
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 10 (2022)
  • Canva application training for social media promotion content for tourism
           awareness groups in Pela Village, Kutai Kartanegara Regency

    • Authors: Ramadhan S. Pernyata, Royke Vincentius F., Ditha Nizaora
      First page: 1817
      Abstract: As one of the leading tourist destinations in East Kalimantan, the promotion aspect is still an emerging review for Pela Village tourism managers. The purpose of this program is to provide design skills using the Canva application that can be used for content purposes in the form of banners and posters. Canva is a graphic design application that bridges its users so that they can easily design types of creative content and publications online. The program method used is lectures, practical examples, presentations and demonstrations. The result of this program is an increase in understanding and ability to process visual assets and textual information into an aesthetic work in the form of promotional posters and banners for Pela Tourism Village. This can be a provision for Pela Village Pokdarwis in making other tourism promotion content that is creative and easy to apply.
      PubDate: 2022-10-31
      DOI: 10.31603/ce.8068
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 10 (2022)
  • Batik stamp training with pesut fish motif at Pela Tourism Village, Kutai
           Kartanegara, East Borneo

    • Authors: Dita Andansari, Etwin Fibrianie Soeprapto
      Pages: 1826 - 1832
      Abstract: Batik is one of the handicrafts that contributes to the national GDP. Apart from being a handicraft sub-sector, batik is also included in the fashion sub-sector. Thus, batik is a commodity that needs to be taken into account and developed so that it can continue to contribute to the national GDP. Some tourist areas in Indonesia make batik as a distinctive souvenir with the characteristics of each motif. Pela as one of the tourist villages in East Kalimantan also wants to develop batik which has a distinctive motif. For this purpose, the Pela Village tourism awareness group, funded by the RASI Conservation Foundation, held a training for batik stamped with the pesut fish motif. The training method used is by delivering theory and direct practice of making stamped batik with a pesut motif. The results obtained from the training, the participants were able to make their own porpoise stamped batik with natural coloring.
      PubDate: 2022-11-11
      DOI: 10.31603/ce.8133
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 10 (2022)
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