IJCDE (Indonesian Journal of Community Diversity and Engagement) http://ejurnal.unim.ac.id/index.php/pengabdian <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> en-US Thu, 24 Jun 2021 00:00:00 -0400 OJS 3.2.1.4 http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss 60 SIMPLE ACCOUNTING FOR SURABAYA'S SMEs http://ejurnal.unim.ac.id/index.php/pengabdian/article/view/911 <p><em>Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) have been recognize as very strategic and important not only for economic growth but also for equitable distribution of income. So far, SMEs are still facing the problem of low-quality human resources, including in terms of business accounting. This Community Service (Pengmas) aims to increase the understanding of the business community in preparing SMEs financial reports using simple accounting techniques. This community service was attended by women in </em>Family Welfare Empowerment or Pembinaan Kesejahteraan Keluarga (PKK) <em>who have SMEs in Wonokromo Sub-district, Surabaya, totaling 79 people. The service method used is in the form of education where the partner group (PKK) is given simple accounting knowledge. The results of community service show that the understanding of PKK women in Wonokromo Sub-district, Surabaya regarding simple accounting for SMEs has increased.</em></p> Mohammad Ghofirin, Endah Tri Wahyuningtyas Copyright (c) 2021 IJCDE (Indonesian Journal of Community Diversity and Engagement) http://ejurnal.unim.ac.id/index.php/pengabdian/article/view/911 Thu, 24 Jun 2021 00:00:00 -0400 A MARKETING MANAGEMENT MENTORING : STRENGTHENED MANAGEMENT FOR SURVIVAL MICRO, SMALL AND MEDIUM BUSINESS DURING PANDEMIC COVID 19 http://ejurnal.unim.ac.id/index.php/pengabdian/article/view/1161 <p>The Covid-19 pandemic has had a serious impact on the economy. Economic activity has been hampered due to widespread health issues. As a result, many aspects of life are affected, especially in micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs). Sales fell significantly due to the declining purchasing power of the people. This is also experienced by the WanQi Factory micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs). This home industry (MSME) produces and markets bags and accessories. During the pandemic covid 19, WanQi Factory experienced a very significant decrease in sales. If this continues continuously, it is certain that WanQi Factory's home industry (MSMEs) will close its business or experience a wall. Managerial action is therefore required to address the issue. The method of implementation of this activity is to observe, identify problems and mentor problem solutions by monitoring and mentoring management. The solutions offered do digital marketing, branding and expansion of the sales area</p> utami budi Copyright (c) 2021 IJCDE (Indonesian Journal of Community Diversity and Engagement) http://ejurnal.unim.ac.id/index.php/pengabdian/article/view/1161 Thu, 15 Jul 2021 00:00:00 -0400 PSYCHOSOCIAL ASSISTANCE AND STRENGTHENING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF LEARNING MODULES FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC AT SD INPRES 1 SORONG http://ejurnal.unim.ac.id/index.php/pengabdian/article/view/1373 <p>This community service is aimed to assist elementary school quality programs to assist students in learning activities in the pandemic era by using prepared learning modules. Guidelines for the pursuit of elementary school quality programs through psychosocial assistance programs and strengthening the implementation of elementary school learning modules in 3t and non-3t areas during the covid-19 pandemic period. The activity was carried out at SD Inpres 1, Sorong Regency and PP IPPNU partners in providing assistance. The problems that arise in the implementation of Online Learning (PJJ) are the difficulty of teachers in managing PJJ and being focused on completing the curriculum. As a result of curriculum changes and the compression of learning materials lead the potential of children, especially those in 3T areas of Indonesia lose the chance to learn. The lack of facilities creates obstacles in the learning process, such as not all students have smart phones, and the limited capacity of parents to assist children in learning so that children can not study optimally.</p> Irham Miftakhul Jannah, Yeni Withdianti Copyright (c) 2021 IJCDE (Indonesian Journal of Community Diversity and Engagement) http://ejurnal.unim.ac.id/index.php/pengabdian/article/view/1373 Sun, 05 Sep 2021 00:00:00 -0400 The IMPLEMENTATION OF WASTE DIAPERS AS CROP PLANT MEDIA BASED ON DIGITAL ECO- LITERATURE http://ejurnal.unim.ac.id/index.php/pengabdian/article/view/1030 <p>The aims of this program were PKK and Karang Taruna Karya Pemuda Sumbertani who were domiciled in the village of Mojorejo. Mojorejo villagers were lazy in separating waste, processing organic matter into compost, and reselling inorganic waste to the local unit waste bank. Because it is difficult to process and reuse is organic waste and diapers. Both type of those waste cannot be burned because of the water content was high. So to solve the problems some citizens throw the diapers into the river. To solve partner’s problems are to carry out the processing of waste diapers into the planting medium. The purpose of this activity is to resolve the problem of waste that categorize as the most or highest level of pollution that contaminating the environment than other types of waste. Partners also get benefits in social and health care, the economy increased due to drought did not have a negative impact on agriculture, and also the environment becomes cleaner and reduced the pollution of the environment, and also as the absorption of water in the dry season.</p> <p>The method is spareted into two stages; 1) increasing public awareness through counseling on the impact of diapers waste; 2) the use of diapers as a planting medium. The results obtained were the community was much more aware of not throwing garbage and diapers on the riverbanks and secondly, during the pandemic, people felt it was helped to cultivate the land around the house to meet their daily needs.</p> ahmad iklil saifulloh, Engkin Suwandana, Akhmad Fatoni Copyright (c) 2021 IJCDE (Indonesian Journal of Community Diversity and Engagement) http://ejurnal.unim.ac.id/index.php/pengabdian/issue/archive http://ejurnal.unim.ac.id/index.php/pengabdian/article/view/1030 Wed, 24 Jun 2020 00:00:00 -0400 SOCIALIZATION OF TOURISM WORK METHOD AS A MODERN LEARNING MEDIA IN SMA PGRI KABUPATEN LAHAT http://ejurnal.unim.ac.id/index.php/pengabdian/article/view/1220 <p><strong>Basically, the subject matter taught in schools, especially SMA PGRI Lahat Regency, in subjects is still minimal in enrichment material, especially in lessons at school. So that the results of renewable lecturers' research can be used as additional material through socialization with teachers and students. The theme of this activity is "socialization of the field trip method as a modern learning medium at SMA PGRI Labupaten Lahat". The resource persons for this activity were Erma Yulaini S.Pd., M.Si, Ana Theriana, M.Pd, Ida Suryani, M.Pd, Barkudin, M.Pd, Diana Widhi Rachmawati M.Pd, Imelda Ratih Ayu, M. Pd, Dana Luspa, M.Pd. the activity has been carried out for 2 days using 4-5 hours a day, continued tomorrow. The presenters will deliver the material for 5-10 minutes and after that a question and answer discussion is held with the PkM participants, with the aim that the participants, both teachers and students, can understand and know the content of the material presented, increase knowledge, and can also make additional material in the subject. The next activity is the provision of information and promotion of study programs at the University of PGRI Palembang, with the hope that PkM participants can know and understand academic and non-academic activities and invite them to join as part of the students of the University of PGRI Palembang. The method used in this activity is to conduct initial observations of the location of the activity, re-confirm to the school to determine the time and place of PkM implementation, carry out activities such as giving lectures, implementing promotions. at the same time evaluating activities by providing guidance either directly or indirectly to teachers and students regarding the application of teaching materials from the results of the socialization that has been carried out and finally closing</strong></p> Diana Widhi Rachmawati, Erma Yulaini, Ida Suryani, Imelda Ratih Ayu, Barkudin, Ana Theriana, Diana Luspa Copyright (c) 2021 IJCDE (Indonesian Journal of Community Diversity and Engagement) http://ejurnal.unim.ac.id/index.php/pengabdian/article/view/1220 Thu, 24 Jun 2021 00:00:00 -0400