IJCDE (Indonesian Journal of Community Diversity and Engagement) 2022-08-31T02:58:29-04:00 Open Journal Systems <div><strong>IJCDE (Indonesian Journal of Community Diversity and Engagement)</strong> is a biannual refereed journal concerned with the practice and processes of community engagement. The first edition was published in July 2020 and we published twice a year (July and December). This journal provides a forum for academics, practitioners and community representatives to explore issues and reflect on practices relating to the full range of engaged activity. It is a peer-reviewed online journal dedicated to the publication of high-quality research focused on research, implementation, of policy about community engagement. As the name implies, this journal disseminates the issues of community engagement in ASEAN countries regardless of the authors' affiliation. Most of the ASEAN countries share similarities as developing countries, yet it has also a high complexity and a uniqueness in terms of people, region, culture, etc. The issue of community engagement is one of the crucial issues, especially on health, education, and economy. In addition, this journal is supported by the Universita Islam Majapahit (UNIM). The editorial board members are from the indonesian countries accordingly.</div> GARBAGE RECYCLING TO RUPIAH IN SUMBERDODOL, PANEKAN-MAGETAN 2022-07-07T15:15:45-04:00 Suyanto Sri Warjiyati Nur Fadilah Kholilah Ulfa <p>Garbage is an unused and must be removed, it is produced by human activities originating in industrial, mining, agricultural, agricultural, fisheries, transportation, domestic, commercial, and other human activities. Garbage Banks are one of the innovative creations to harness the economic value contained in garbage done by society and indirectly reduce the amount of garbage. The study focused on (1) how people's empowerment through garbage Banks, (2) factors affecting public empowerment through garbage Banks (3) the goal of creating trash Banks that would later be expected to improve the skills and insights of the public public utilities. Pankean Magazine for the disposal of garbage and for economic benefits, and for creating a clean environment. The research method employed is a qualitative descriptive study method. The result of this activity was the formation of a trash bank organization with the name "title of asri" (a clean receipt bracelet) in the village of sumberbodol.</p> 2022-07-08T00:00:00-04:00 Copyright (c) 2022 IJCDE (Indonesian Journal of Community Diversity and Engagement) IMPLEMENTATION OF THE MARKETING MIX STRATEGY TO INCREASE SALES VOLUME IN THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC 2022-08-19T02:27:46-04:00 Utami Budi Utami Eny Setyariningsih <p>The importance of small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) is reflected in their contribution to the national economy. Although MSME contributes significantly to the national economy, it faces many problems. While these MSMEs are being strengthened, Indonesia and the world are facing an unexpected catastrophe, the emergence of the outbreak of COVID 19. This outbreak certainly poses new short-term challenges for MSME support. The biggest challenge for MSME is the decline in demand. Declining activity and economic growth at both national and global levels have affected the decline in public demand, including the products and services produced by MSME. MSME Arin Bakery is also experiencing this. During the pandemic period from 2020 to 2021, sales declined significantly. In addition to this, there is the emergence of competitors in the same place as rising raw material prices. Community service activities are conducted in the form of mentoring and counseling to support UMKM Arin Bakery. This activity can be divided into several stages. That is the observation and question stage, the situation analysis stage, and the stage of providing input or alternative solutions. The result of this activity is in the form of a 4P marketing strategy proposal (product, price, location, promotion).</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> 2022-08-23T00:00:00-04:00 Copyright (c) 2022 IJCDE (Indonesian Journal of Community Diversity and Engagement) TRAINING NEEDS ANALYSIS OF FILIPINO COMMUNTIY OFFICIALS: EVIDENCE FROM UNIVERSITY EXTENSION PROJECT 2022-02-19T07:32:57-05:00 Inero Ancho Rowena Hibanada Bryan Dayuta Kim Cataquian Abegail Karen <p>As the basic political unit in the Philippines, barangays are expected to exercise their power and authority in managing the interactions of the community members. This includes their knowledge, skills, and competencies to exercise their oath of office, without compromising the needs of the constituents as a public trust. This research aims to measure the knowledge of the barangay officials in their duties, not limited to the mandated roles, the research also tackled the extent of their orientation to Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and lifelong learning as these emphasize the prevalent concerns present in countries, identified by intergovernmental organizations. Governance, including procedures, technicalities, and duties, plays a vital role in the harnessing the assets present in the localities towards participatory and societal development. Capacity-building, through offering a certificate program was seen as an aid to empower the barangay leaders to realize their role as catalysts of change in their barangays.</p> 2020-07-24T00:00:00-04:00 Copyright (c) 2022 IJCDE (Indonesian Journal of Community Diversity and Engagement) TRAINING AND TEACHING AL-QURAN READING AND WRITING AT MADRASAH DINIYAH NURUSSYABAB 2022-07-18T02:35:10-04:00 Siskha Putri Sayekti M. Farhan Humaidi Hasna Ardianti <p>The service carried out at Madrasah Diniyah Nurussyabab Rangkapan Jaya Baru, aims to the first, improve the ability to read Al-Quran at Madrasah Diniyah Nurussyabab, seconda forms afrom of concern for the community service team and lectures in implementing the Tridharma of higher education, namely community service. The approach taken during this PKM activity is thematic, systematic, flexibility learning and religious guidance. From the results of the dedication and discussion,it was concluded that (1) The number of illiteracy rates of the Al-Quran in children at Madrasah Diniyah Nurussyabab were still high, and (2) The cause of the high number of Al-Quran illiteracy rates is ore on motivation and lack of internal interest in learning the Al-Quran. (3) The Iqra method is a method that is considered effective to be used in order to eradicate illiteracy in the Qur’an children. In this PKM, santri are all to memorize short suras, practice prayers, call to prayer and provide insight to the students in order to understand Islamic education well.</p> 2022-08-11T00:00:00-04:00 Copyright (c) 2022 IJCDE (Indonesian Journal of Community Diversity and Engagement) COMMUNITY RESILIENCE THROUGH THE CAPACITY BUILDING SUSTAINABLE VILLAGE (WASTE MANAGEMENT ECOVILLAGE BASED IN THE VILLAGE OF KEJAGAN, TROWULAN, MOJOKERTO) 2022-08-31T02:58:29-04:00 Hajar Nurma Wachidah Ahmad Fageh Pipit Sari Puspitorini Erna Tri Asmorowati Taswirul Afkar Engkin Suwandana <p>In order to achieve the sustainable development goals (SDGS), countries are expected to reduce waste and waste production through efforts known as 3r recycling, and reuse to ensure sustainable production and consumption patterns. This is one of the efforts to increase community inequality through economic sectors in the management of the rural governments of Kejagan, Trowulan,Mojokerto. This service to society begins with two problems: (1) Community outreach to increased service, increased public tranquility, improvements in service facilities in all areas including social, cultural, economic, security, health, education, law, and other comprehensive issues in the endemi era. (2) Partner have yet to understand how garbage management becomes economic goods and has high sales value in the endemic era as an improvement in local communities' resilience. The method of community service is community intervention and three main characteristics: community based local resource based and sustainable.</p> 2022-06-29T00:00:00-04:00 Copyright (c) 2022 IJCDE (Indonesian Journal of Community Diversity and Engagement)