http://ijcsnet.id/index.php/go/issue/feed International Journal Of Community Service 2024-05-25T23:57:20+07:00 Dr. Arman Harahap, M.Si armanhrahap82@gmail.com Open Journal Systems <p><strong>International Journal Of Community Service (IJCS)</strong> is to provide a community service medium and an important reference for the advancement and dissemination of community service results that support high-level community service. Original theoretical work and application-based studies, which contributes to a better understanding all fields Community Service and Social.</p> http://ijcsnet.id/index.php/go/article/view/262 Utilizing Cow Manure Waste (Bos Taurus) as Organic Fertilizer in Labuan Lelea Village, Labuan District, Donggala Regency, Central Sulawesi 2024-03-04T09:55:07+07:00 Arifuddin Lamusa muhalfhit@gmail.com Ali Akrab muhalfhit@gmail.com <p><em>This community service activity has been conducted in Labuan Lelea Village, Labuan District, Donggala Regency, Central Sulawesi Province, in collaboration with the local farming community. They face challenges regarding how to utilize cattle manure waste as environmentally friendly organic fertilizer. The objective of this community service is: 1) To provide knowledge to the farming community in Labuan Lelea Village on how to utilize cattle manure waste as organic fertilizer, as a substitute for inorganic fertilizers, which are known for their chemical content, scarcity, and fluctuating prices annually; 2) To promote organic fertilizers as an environmentally friendly alternative to inorganic fertilizers in agricultural lands; 3) To enhance the knowledge of farming communities regarding the effective utilization of cattle manure waste as organic fertilizer for both food crops and horticultural plants. The method employed in this activity is a participatory approach, wherein a team including Community and Student Service Learning Program (KKN) participants and local community members actively collaborate in fostering good cooperation between extension workers and farmers. The primary target audience of this training is farming communities engaged in plantation, food crops, and horticultural cultivation. The outcomes of this community service activity include increased awareness of how to utilize cattle manure waste (Bos Taurus). This process requires minimal investment as cattle waste, sawdust, and rice husks are all freely available materials, thus serving as a substitute for inorganic fertilizers which contain chemical substances and are environmentally unfriendly. </em></p> 2024-05-25T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Arifuddin Lamusa, Ali Akrab http://ijcsnet.id/index.php/go/article/view/269 The Development of Lettuce (Lactuca Sativa) Vegetables Using a Hydroponic System in Narrow Home Gardens in Tanamodindi Sub-District, Palu City, Central Sulawesi 2024-05-19T22:25:58+07:00 Arifuddin Lamusa lamusa.arif@yahoo.com Faruq A.H Lamusa lamusa.arif@yahoo.com Nur Risky Islianty lamusa.arif@yahoo.com <p><em>This community engagement activity was conducted on Merpati Street, Tanamodindi Sub-District, Palu City, Central Sulawesi Province, in collaboration with Internship Students (MBKM) from Tadulako University. The village faces issues regarding the utilization of narrow home gardens. The objectives of this community engagement are: 1) to enhance the knowledge of the surrounding community regarding the utilization of narrow home gardens to create added value for household income; 2) to promote vegetables as a nutritious source for consumption; 3) to increase the knowledge of both the community and students about effective hydroponic farming methods suitable for narrow home gardens. The method used in this activity was a participatory approach, where the team, MBKM students, and the surrounding community actively engaged in cooperative efforts. The primary targets of this training were students and community members involved in hydroponic vegetable cultivation in narrow home gardens on Merpati Street, Tanamodindi Sub-District, Palu City Central Sulawesi Province. The results of this community engagement activity include increased knowledge regarding using narrow home gardens for additional income generation and promoting nutritious vegetables for human consumption </em><em>Education.</em></p> 2024-05-25T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Arifuddin Lamusa , Faruq A.H Lamusa, Nur Risky Islianty http://ijcsnet.id/index.php/go/article/view/276 Creative House Strategy For Increasing The Creativity Of Micro, Small And Medium Enterprises (Umkm) Pappandangan Village Polman District 2024-05-15T09:14:55+07:00 Chuduriah Sahabuddin ayu.rahayu@unm.ac.id Ayu Rahayu ayu.rahayu@unm.ac.id Sukmawati Sukmawati ayu.rahayu@unm.ac.id Abdul Malik ayu.rahayu@unm.ac.id <p><em>The process of building the Village Creative House will have a new icon in increasing visitors and the economy of the local community. The function of the Village Creative House is as a place for training, mentoring, a place for production, a place for marketing the community's creative products and a place for the incubation process for creative products in </em><em>Pappandangan village. This activity involved human resources from the Youth, Sports and Tourism Department of Polewali Mandar Regency, lecturers and students from Al Asyariah Mandar University as well as residents of Pappadangan village. The sub-activities in making Creative Houses are: village creative house building design, interior creation, wall decoration design, production training place layout, training place layout, marketing place creation layout. Apart from that, assistance is also provided to the community, namely: assistance to village art studios, assistance in processing typical village foods, assistance in processing Gadum plants (Dioscorea hispida) &nbsp;into chips and flour.</em></p> 2024-05-25T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Chuduriah Sahabuddin, Ayu Rahayu, Sukmawati Sukmawati, Abdul Malik http://ijcsnet.id/index.php/go/article/view/271 Management of hypertension in the elderly with Defansi exercises 2024-04-28T22:47:47+07:00 Diana Pefbrianti dianapefbrianti38@gmail.com Devi Hairina Lestari dianapefbrianti38@gmail.com M Noor Ifansyah dianapefbrianti38@gmail.com <p><em>There are still many elderly who experience hypertension, if hypertension does not show symptoms the elderly rarely seek treatment, the elderly rarely do physical activity, Individuals who experience hypertension often experience complex problems such as pain, anxiety, and low family support. So that individuals experience limitations in carrying out activities and are still dependent on others around them. This community service is carried out in the village Tambak Baru ilir Martapura District, Banjar Regency City South Kalimantan. The measurement results obtained data that the elderly who experienced hypertention in pre hypertention and grade 1 hypertention as much as 31.4% and majority the age is on 45-54 years old as much as 45.7%. Defansi exercise is effective in overcoming hypertention in the elderly. Defansi exercises make blood vessels more relaxed, the body will become healthier and will also cause a gradual decrease in blood pressure.</em></p> 2024-05-25T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Diana Pefbrianti, Devi Hairina Lestari, M Noor Ifansyah http://ijcsnet.id/index.php/go/article/view/273 Increasing the Business Potential of MSMEs through the Utilization of Digital Bookkeeping and Digital Marketing in Sebatik Island 2024-05-01T09:46:24+07:00 Eka Indriyani MS eka.indriyani@uin-alauddin.ac.id Wahidah Abdullah wahidah.abdullah@uin-alauddin.ac.id Eka Suhartini eka.suhartini@uin-alauddin.ac.id Rika Dwi Ayu Parmitasari rikadwiayuparmitasari@uin-alauddin.ac.id Alim Syariati alim.syariati@uin-alauddin.ac.id Miftha Farild miftha.farild165@uin-alauddin.ac.id Rusnawati rusnawati.sawile@uin-alauddin.ac.id <p><em>The characteristics of the Indonesian economy are supported by the micro, small, and medium enterprise sectors, which account for 98.33% of the enterprise population in Indonesia. This is evidenced by the increasing number of business units, labor contribution, and contribution of MSMEs to GDP. The post-COVID-19 pandemic has brought major changes to the lifestyle of businesses and consumers along with the use of digitalization. The existence of digitalization provides opportunities for businesses to increase online sales and fast and efficient bookkeeping. The obstacles faced at this time are that Sebatik Island MSME actors still have obstacles in utilizing digital applications. Therefore, this research began by conducting community service on 13 September 2023 to provide training on digitalization to business actors. The samples in this study were 27 MSME actors dominated by culinary businesses. The methods used include mapping, interviews with UMKM participants, formulation of problems and solutions, determination of problem-solving strategies, and implementation of MSMEs seminars.</em></p> 2024-05-25T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Eka Indriyani MS, Wahidah Abdullah, Eka Suhartini, Rika Dwi Ayu Parmitasari, Alim Syariati, Miftha Farild, Rusnawati http://ijcsnet.id/index.php/go/article/view/263 Unveiling the Power of Adaptive InformationTechnology: A Catalyst for Elevating SME Performance in Indonesia – A Case Study in Malang City 2024-03-14T05:38:44+07:00 Ghozali Maski ghozalimaski@ub.ac.id Rachmad Kresna Sakti kresna@ub.ac.id Yenny Kormitasari yenny_k@ub.ac.id Amalia Rahmawati ghifarydr@ub.ac.id Ghifary Duyufur Rohman amaliar@ub.ac.id <p><em>This research seeks to comprehend the impact of information technology (IT) utilization on the performance of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Malang. The study investigates the perceptions of SMEs stakeholders through a survey involving 90 SMEs respondents in Malang. Employing a questionnaire and utilizing the Partial Least Squares Structural Equation Modeling (PLS-SEM) method for data analysis, the research reveals positive and significant outcomes for latent variables such as performance expectations, business expectations, social influence, hedonic motivation, and habits concerning SMEs behavior in adopting information technology, based on the Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology (UTAUT 2). However, the latent variable of price value does not exert a significant influence on SMEs behavioral interest in adopting information technology. Additionally, SMEs behavioral interest positively and significantly influences their usage behavior in utilizing information technology, and the subsequent usage behavior has a positive and significant effect on SME performance.</em></p> 2024-05-25T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Ghozali, Rachmad Kresna Sakti, Yenny Kormitasari, Amalia Rahmawati, Ghifary Duyufur Rohman http://ijcsnet.id/index.php/go/article/view/272 Use Of Vegetable And Fruit Waste To Make Environmentally Friendly Liquid Fertilizer In The Growth Of The Indonesian Community Of Pinang 2024-05-01T09:43:07+07:00 I G. Ayu Arwati ayuarwati@mercubuana.ac.id Wiwit Suprihatiningsih ayuarwati@mercubuana.ac.id Sagir Alva ayuarwati@mercubuana.ac.id Muhammad Fitri ayuarwati@mercubuana.ac.id Imam Hidayat ayuarwati@mercubuana.ac.id Sawarni Hasibuan ayuarwati@mercubuana.ac.id <p><em>This community service partner is the Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) PERMAI in Penang. PERMAI members are generally Indonesian workers who work in Penang, some of whom work as home-based food traders. Around where he lives, traders produce waste, including organic waste from cooking activities and leftovers from selling vegetables and fruit. This organic waste rots easily if left alone, causing an unpleasant odor in the surrounding area and causing a smelly and unhealthy environment. One way to handle organic waste, especially rotten fruit and vegetables produced from household or restaurant waste, is by making liquid fertilizer. The implementation method used is two stages, namely: 1) preparation stage; production originating from appropriate technological equipment activities for making liquid fertilizer, discussions and sharing with team members, and 2) the stage of implementing community service at partner locations, distributing questionnaires before and after the exposure. The expected target in this community service activity is to increase the knowledge of the Indonesian working community in Pulau Pinang regarding how to make and the benefits of liquid fertilizer which can be made from everyday household vegetable and fruit waste.</em></p> 2024-05-25T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 I G. Ayu Arwati, Wiwit Suprihatiningsih, Sagir Alva, Muhammad Fitri, Imam Hidayat, Sawarni Hasibuan http://ijcsnet.id/index.php/go/article/view/268 Management of Traditional Business into Modern: from Microsoft Excel to Deep Learning for prototyping classification Swiftlet’s nests 2024-04-21T11:33:26+07:00 Hanna Arini Parhusip hanna.parhusip@uksw.edu Suryasatriya Trihandaru suryasatriya@uksw.edu Kristoko Dwi Hartomo kristoko@uksw.edu Karina Bianca Lewerissa karina.lewerissa@uksw.edu Linda Ariany Mahastanti linda.mahastanti@uksw.edu Djoko Hartanto fsm.mds@uksw.edu <p><em>In this article, the transformation of traditional management of Swiftlet’s nests into modern business is proposed. Traditional business means that data management of Swiftlet’s nests is done manually, sorted by recording in Microsoft Excel. This is done by PT Waleta Asia Jaya, a company engaged in processing Swiftlet’s nests. This sorting is done because the number of feathers in the Swiftlet’s nests determines the price and cost of workers in processing feather cleaning. In addition, the shape of the Swiftlet’s nests needs attention. However, because it is complex, sorting is done simpler. Originally, Swiftlet’s nests were sorted into 50 categories. To facilitate sorting, deep learning is used with the SSD Mobile Net V2 algorithm as an algorithm to classify into 7 categories based on feather intensity. The device is still a prototype that shows an 85% accuracy rate but has been quite helpful in the process of purchasing Swiftlet’s nests before processing</em>.</p> 2024-05-25T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Hanna Arini Parhusip, Suryasatriya Trihandaru, Kristoko Dwi Hartomo, Karina Bianca Lewerissa, Linda Ariany Mahastanti, Djoko Hartanto http://ijcsnet.id/index.php/go/article/view/266 The Significance of Entrepreneurial Intentions for the Silversmith Businesses Sustainability in Kamasan Village, Klungkung-Bali 2024-04-01T22:33:44+07:00 Ida Ketut Kusumawijaya ik_kusumawijaya@yahoo.com Partiwi Dwi Astuti partiwi_astuti@yahoo.co.uk <p><em>Silver crafts in Kamasan Village as a creative business are embedded in people's lives, becoming a daily economic activity in the community, especially silversmith in Kamasan Village, Klungkung District, Klungkung Regency, Bali Province. The business activities of silversmith in Kamasan Village are part of the microeconomic structure to encourage the growth of the community's creative economy with unique crafts as a competitive advantage for a sustainable future. However, on the other hand, silversmith businesses in Kamasan Village face many obstacles, namely: limited business capital, low mastery of technology and science, inadequate business management and the absence of entrepreneurial intention among craftsmen. The aims of this community service are to raise awareness of the importance of entrepreneurial intention for the silversmith community in Kamasan Village, Klungkung District, Klungkung Regency, Bali Province for business sustainability. The methods of theses community service are a participatory action research approach oriented towards empowering and developing the entrepreneurial intention of silversmith in Kamasan Village. Results of theses community service are silversmith in Kamasan Village, Klungkung District, Klungkung Regency, Bali Province. First, there is an increase in knowledge from silversmith in Kamasan Village regarding the importance of entrepreneurial intention to be able to continue their business by creating a career goal to become a sustainable entrepreneur who will promote sustainable development and will favor social goods and economic gains. Second, the knowledge of silversmith in Kamasan Village has increased in understanding practices and decision-making activities principally through entrepreneurial attitude, subjective norms and perceived behavior control. Silversmith in Kamasan Village have knowledge of the significance of entrepreneurial intention as a science that is applied by developing creativity to realize superior performance. </em><em>Third, </em><em>silversmith</em><em> in Kamasan Village agreed to strengthen their competitiveness to maintain their business by fostering entrepreneurial intention. For silversmiths in Kamasan Village, entrepreneurial intention is a driving force for organizing, managing, solving problems and developing and maintaining the business.</em></p> 2024-05-25T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Ida Ketut Kusumawijaya, Partiwi Dwi Astuti http://ijcsnet.id/index.php/go/article/view/274 Community Services for the Children of Migrant Labors through Informal Education to Support SDGS in Hulu Kelang Selangor Learning Places 2024-05-16T13:33:30+07:00 Nadiah Awary mohammadwasil@unesa.ac.id Tony Seno Aji tonyseno@unesa.ac.id Mohammad Wasil ladifisabilillah@unesa.ac.id Lady Wajuba Perdini Fisabilillah nurulhanifa@unesa.ac.id Nurul Hanifa ruthhutabarat@unesa.ac.id Ruth Eviana Hutabarat wennyrestikasari@unesa.ac.id Wenny Restikasari puputputria260921@gmail.com <p><em>An analysis of the education situation in Indonesia, focusing on the impact of the unequal education structure on the economic sector and the high poverty rate. These problems have led to an increase in the number of Indonesian migrant workers (PMI) in Malaysia, including their children who face obstacles in obtaining formal education. This report describes the Government of Indonesia's initiative through the Indonesian Embassy in Malaysia to establish non-formal schools, such as Sekolah Indonesia Kuala Lumpur (SIKL) and Sanggar Bimbingan Hulu Kelang, as an alternative to providing access to education to immigrant children. However, legal issues related to the citizenship of immigrant children complicate the government's efforts to provide protection and proper education. The focus of the report also reveals a lack of public literacy regarding the procedures for working abroad, affecting the validity of immigrants' documents and their children's education rights. Mentorship centers, such as Sanggar Bimbingan Hulu Kelang, are emerging as a solution in helping immigrant children obtain basic education and overcome administrative barriers. Collaboration between the Government of Indonesia, universities and communities through Kuliah Kerja Nyata (KKN) activities in Malaysia is a positive step in addressing community education and literacy issues. The report also details the collaboration between INTI and the rectors' assembly and the role of students in making a positive impact. Despite the obstacles, the success of the KKN program proves that active community participation can make a difference in improving the quality of education among Indonesian immigrants in Malaysia.</em></p> 2024-05-25T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Nadiah Awary, Tony Seno Aji, Mohammad Wasil , Lady Wajuba Perdini Fisabilillah, Nurul Hanifa, Ruth Eviana Hutabarat, Wenny Restikasari http://ijcsnet.id/index.php/go/article/view/265 Soap Bar Making from Waste Cooking Oil for Residents of 07 Area, Duri Pulo Sub-district, Jakarta 2024-03-20T05:26:34+07:00 Pauhesti Pauhesti prayang@trisakti.ac.id Prayang Sunny Yulia prayang@trisakti.ac.id Harin Widiyatni prayang@trisakti.ac.id Yarra Sutadiwiria prayang@trisakti.ac.id Gabey Jane prayang@trisakti.ac.id Widia Yanti 6488328820@student.chula.ac.th <p><em>Cooking oil that is no longer utilized can be used as a basic ingredient in the production of soap bar, and other products that can be used in daily life, such as washing clothes or kitchen utensils. The remainder of cooking oil, also known as waste cooking oil, is typically poured down the drain, where it can plug the drain since the oil freezes at low temperatures, causing environmental pollution. Based on this issue, the FTKE Universitas Trisakti community service team taught inhabitants of 07 Area, Duri Pulo Sub-district, Jakarta how to make bar soap from waste cooking oil. However, waste cooking oil cannot be used directly as an ingredient for creating soap because of the color and aroma, therefore it must be cleaned first by adding activated carbon, namely charcoal as an adsorbent, into the waste cooking oil to absorb the color and aroma. Later on, mix the oil and lye (a combination of NaOH and water), stir until the mixture resembles liquid soap, and then add around 1 ml of fragrance. Put the mixture in the drain. Leave the soap in the mold for 24 hours until it solidifies and hardens, then remove from the mold. It is intended that with this training, locals would be able to better their economic standing by saving more money while simultaneously helping to save the environment.</em></p> 2024-05-25T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Pauhesti Pauhesti, Prayang Sunny Yulia, Harin Widiyatni, Yarra Sutadiwiria, Gabey Jane, Widia Yanti http://ijcsnet.id/index.php/go/article/view/270 Building Awareness of the Dangers of Stunting Generation Through Health Communication for Indonesian Worker at Pulau Penang Malaysia 2024-04-26T08:10:51+07:00 Suraya Mansur suraya.suraya@mercubuana.ac.id Novi Erlita novi.erlita@mercubuana.ac.id Gammara Lenggo Geni gammara.geni@gmail.com <p>The implementation of Community Service is the result of collaboration between the Communication Studies Program at Mercu Buana University and Pertubuhan Masyarakat Indonesia (PERMAI) Pulau Pinang, Malaysia. The Theme of Community Service Activities is Building Awareness of the Dangers of Stunting Generation Through Health Communication. &nbsp;To achieve this goal, the lecture method is used, playing youtube videos of short duration, then questions and answers about Building Awareness of the Dangers of Stunting Generation Through Health Communication For TKW women worker in Pulau Pinang, Malaysia. This campaign activity is planned to be held in January, 28. 2024 in Pulau Pinang, Malaysia. This activity is expected to be attended by women worker who live in Malaysia. Target outputs of this community services activity is increased knowledge and skill, Mass Media Publication, journal article, HAKI and video Activity. Lastly, the satisfaction of the participants in the devotion activities can be said to be very good. This can be seen from the response which says that the material delivered is in accordance with what is needed by the participants, besides that he also follows the activity from beginning to end. In addition, in terms of participants, it was seen from their cooperative attitude and feedback that was relevant to what was delivered by the speaker.</p> 2024-05-25T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Suraya Mansur, Novi Erlita, Gammara Lenggo Geni http://ijcsnet.id/index.php/go/article/view/264 Training On Cervical Cancer And HPV Vaccine For 9-13 Years’ Adolescent Girls, A Community Service 2024-03-18T14:07:58+07:00 Tesfalem Tilahun Yemane tesfalemtilahun1@gmail.com <p><em>The aims of this community service project was to raise awareness about cervical cancer and the importance of HPV vaccine for 9-13 years old girls and their parents. The training was designed to address the knowledge gap regarding cervical cancer and HPV vaccine among 9-13 years old girls and their parents, we can empower them to make informed decisions about vaccination. Before implementation of training, community survey was conducted. The findings of the survey were help us to identify gaps in knowledge and attitudes and inform the development of training as an intervention. Through training &amp; distributed training materials the outcome of the community service was achieved. The knowledge of school adolescent’s girls was evaluated and improved. The uptake HPV vaccination were increased and all unvaccinated school girls were vaccinated after training. Training participants were empowered to correct any misconceptions with in the community.</em></p> 2024-05-25T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Tesfalem Tilahun Yemane http://ijcsnet.id/index.php/go/article/view/245 Preventing The Impact of Unequal Thought Social Media on LGBT and HIV-AIDS In Mindset of Gen Z 2023-12-19T10:28:35+07:00 Erlina Puspitaloka Mahadewi erlina.puspitaloka@esaunggul.ac.id Intan Silviana Mustikawati farid_semm@usk.ac.id Mohamad Reza Hilmy erlina.puspitaloka@esaunggul.ac.id Suryari Purnama erlina.puspitaloka@esaunggul.ac.id Arman Harahap adeirmasuryani@usk.ac.id <p><em>The present study reports the comprehensive study after pandemic era in early 2024, aims to determine an effective methodical approach in exploiting the impact of thought inequality when using social media as an effort to prevent the transmission of HIV/AIDS (LGBT) infections. The preparation of this literature review uses the narrative literature review method by entering keywords into the PubMed, ProQuest, Wiley, CINAHL and databases of ScienceDirect. The results of the research show that the effective method used in utilizing social media in efforts to prevent the transmission of HIV/AIDS (LGBT) infections including Network Monitoring Systems and direct intervention. The Network Monitoring System method can analyze the scientific role of health sociology in statistical data or social change trends which are used as material considerations in formulating health promotion policies. Meanwhile, direct intervention with a comprehensive educational approach in empowering individuals, communities or groups becomes a stimulant for one is the potential to oversee health problems independently. In conclusion, both produce outputs in the form of increasing awareness in the prevention and transmission of HIV/AIDS (LGBT), healthy sexual knowledge, minimizing stigma towards HIV/AIDS sufferers, getting accurate target tracing paths, education will be provided.</em></p> 2024-05-29T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Erlina Puspitaloka Mahadewi, Intan Silviana Mustikawati, Mohamad Reza Hilmy, Suryari Purnama, Arman Harahap http://ijcsnet.id/index.php/go/article/view/261 The Role Of Digital & Health Literacy Development In Mundung Satu Community North Sulawesi 2024-03-03T19:36:49+07:00 Ivonne Angelic Umboh umbohangelic@gmail.com Christian Apolinaris Lombogia clombogia@unikadelasalle.ac.id Patricia Giovana Junita Petrus ppetrus@unikadelasalle.ac.id Raphael Yosaphat Sengkey rsengkey@unikadelasalle.ac.id Anastasia Sintia Lomonge alamonge@unikadelasalle.ac.id Getsemani Jhosfreed Gledy Lebe 16042011@unikadelasalle.ac.id <p><em>This Community Service activity was carried out in Mundung Satu Village, East Tombatu District, Southeast Minahasa Regency, North Sulawesi Province, which was carried out for one day and was scheduled for November 18 2022. Activities in community service included digital literacy education and public health. Digital literacy activities include social media literacy and online loan literacy. Health literacy is a physical examination measuring the patient's vital signs and simple laboratory tests. First, registration is carried out, then an analysis of vital signs (TTV), consultation with a doctor, simple laboratory tests including blood sugar, cholesterol, uric acid and treatment according to the results of the examination, as well as education related to Diabetes, Cholesterol, Gout Arthritis and Hypertension. This activity was carried out while paying attention to health protocols by wearing a mask, washing hands and keeping a distance during the examination from 08.00 to 13.00 WITA. Community Service Activities aims to provide digital and health literacy to the community so that people become literate in terms of social media, the internet and online loans. Whereas in health, literacy is to increase awareness of healthy living to avoid various degenerative diseases, including Diabetes, Hypercholesterolemia, Gout Arthritis and Hypertension. Besides this, free medical treatment is also provided to the community.</em></p> 2024-05-31T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Ivonne Angelic Umboh, Christian Apolinaris Lombogia, Patricia Giovana Junita Petrus, Raphael Yosaphat Sengkey, Anastasia Sintia Lomonge, Getsemani Jhosfreed Gledy Lebe http://ijcsnet.id/index.php/go/article/view/260 Implementation Of The CSR Program Of PT Pertamina Patra Niaga Fuel Terminal Rewulu In Improving The Capacity Of Local Food Utilization Of Koro Beans 2024-02-28T19:43:07+07:00 Ichlasia Ainul Fitri ichlasia@mercubuana-yogya.ac.id Prasetyo Adi Nugroho ichlasia@mercubuana-yogya.ac.id Zukhruf Arifin ichlasia@mercubuana-yogya.ac.id <p><em>Many local food commodities in Indonesia, especially Yogyakarta, are still not utilized into products that are worth selling. This results in the amount continuing to increase in fresh conditions, resulting in a short shelf life. For this reason, through the implementation of the CSR program Pertamina Patra Niaga Fuel Terminal Rewulu together with the academic team aims to 1) increase the use of local food, especially jack beans which are easy to grow in all areas in Bantul, Yogyakarta, 2) Prepare the abilities of members of the Women's Farmers Group (KWT) to be able to process milk from koro beans. The assistance methods used are in the form of socialization, discussion, training and assistance in processing dairy products, as well as evaluation. This activity was carried out in several meetings to ensure that KWT members were able to carry out the processing appropriately. Based on the results of observations, it was found that KWT members were able to practice the training provided and carry out routine production activities during the last three months during the monitoring and evaluation period. It is hoped that through this mentoring activity, KWT members can take advantage of local food which is available in abundance with a higher selling value.</em></p> 2024-05-31T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Ichlasia Ainul Fitri, Prasetyo Adi Nugroho, Zukhruf Arifin