https://journal.unj.ac.id/unj/index.php/jpm/issue/feed Jurnal Pemberdayaan Masyarakat Madani (JPMM) 2024-07-16T20:18:00+07:00 Prof. Dr. Corry Yohana, MM corryyohana@unj.ac.id Open Journal Systems <p style="text-align: justify;">Jurnal Pemberdayaan Masyarakat Madani (JPMM), E-ISSN: <a href="https://issn.brin.go.id/terbit/detail/1496836595" target="_blank" rel="noopener">2580-4332</a> is published by Faculty of Economics, Universitas Negeri Jakarta, Kampus A, Jl. Rawamangun Muka, Jakarta Timur 13220, Telepon (021) 4721227, Fax (021) 4706285 Indonesia. It contains articles report related to the application of science communication technology, education, entrepreneurship, business, culture and arts in empowering the community.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;">Jurnal Pemberdayaan Masyarakatat Madani (JPMM) is issued two times annually, i.e. July and December. The number of articles is 24 articles per year. Every article that is sent to the Editor, will be reviewed and scrutinized by the editorial board for eligibility or publication without diminishing the substance of the article. Hopefully this paper can provide valuable contribution to the development of economic and business education in Indonesia and also internationally.</p> https://journal.unj.ac.id/unj/index.php/jpm/article/view/43280 Utilization of Islamic Banking and Tiktok Shop for Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (UMKM) in East Jakarta 2024-07-09T20:01:43+07:00 Muhammad Edo Suryawan Siregar edosiregar@unj.ac.id Dewi Susita dewisusita_man@unj.ac.id Suherman suherman@unj.ac.id Destria Kurnianti destria@unj.ac.id Rahmi rahmi@unj.ac.id Setyo Ferry Wibowo setyoferry@unj.ac.id Sholatia Dalimunthe tiadalimunthe@unj.ac.id Titis Fatarina Mahfirah titisfatarinamahfirah@unj.ac.id Vidia Ratu Balqis Malzara vidiarbmalzara@gmail.com Khalisatuz Zahro khalisatuzzahro@gmail.com Rini Nurmala Sari rininurmalasari798@gmail.com <p>MSME empowerment needs to be done to improve MSME’s welfare. This community service team intends to provide training for MSME so they can improve their product and income. The target of this empowerment is MSMEs around the East Jakarta Industry, Trade, Small and Medium Enterprises Cooperative Office in Cakung District, East Jakarta. The training material is presented in the form of material presentation by resource persons followed by discussion. This community service activity proved to be able to provide an understanding of Islamic banking and product.</p> 2024-07-02T22:50:27+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Muhammad Edo Suryawan Siregar, Dewi Susita, Suherman, Destria Kurnianti, Rahmi, Setyo Ferry Wibowo, Sholatia Dalimunthe, Titis Fatarina Mahfirah, Vidia Ratu Balqis Malzara, Khalisatuz Zahro, Rini Nurmala Sari https://journal.unj.ac.id/unj/index.php/jpm/article/view/29984 Enhancing Family Resilience and Environmental Conservation through Family Food Plant Cultivation 2024-07-09T20:02:50+07:00 Maya Oktaviani maya.oktaviani@unj.ac.id Elmanora elmanora@unj.ac.id Hurriyyatun Kabbaro hurriyyatun.kabbaro@unj.ac.id Tri Anggun Rakhmawati anggunra04@gmail.com Annisa Dwi Rahmadina annisadwirahmadina@gmail.com Nada Nafisah nnaf293@gmail.com <p>In the Jakarta area, the extensive replacement of green lands with concrete buildings have restricted the opportunity for family land ownership dedicated to conservation. This community service aims to develop motivation and a culture of planting to increase the knowledge, awareness, willingness, and ability of Family Welfare Empowerment (FWE) cadres and preschool teachers to preserve a culture of love for the environment and support family food security. The participants in this community service activity are FWE cadres and preschool teachers from the Jatinegara Kaum village. Conducted in August 2022 at the Child-friendly Integrated Public Space in Jatinegara Kaum, the project utilized the Participatory Action Research (PAR) method. Through descriptive analysis of the discussions, it was found that FWE cadres and preschool teachers actively engaged and showed their capability as pivotal agents in strengthening community resilience. This successful engagement underlines the potential for ongoing collaborative activities in community education and sustained support for the FWE cadres and preschool teachers.</p> 2024-07-04T21:05:36+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Maya Oktaviani, Elmanora, Hurriyyatun Kabbaro, Tri Anggun Rakhmawati, Annisa Dwi Rahmadina, Nada Nafisah https://journal.unj.ac.id/unj/index.php/jpm/article/view/39132 Education to Strengthen the Economy of the Utilization of Aren Nira Producing Bioetanol in Lonuo Village, Bone Bolango District 2024-07-09T16:52:11+07:00 Hasanuddin hasanuddin@ung.ac.id Hapsawati Taan hapsawatitaan@ung.ac.id Herinda Mardin herdin@gmail.com Yuszda K. Salimi yuszda@gmail.com Rahmatia rahmatia@gmail.com Muhammad Yasser Arafat yasser@gmail.com Esta Larosa esta@gmail.com Abdul Rasyid abdulrasyid@gmail.com Sri Ayu Ashari sri@gmail.com <p>This economic education activity for palm sap farmers aims to provide economic strengthening and build awareness among the public, especially palm sap farmers, that palm sap water can be utilized and made into several products with high economic value, for example bioethanol products. Apart from that, it can also minimize the negative impact of the production of alcoholic drinks made from palm sap in Lonuo village. This activity uses educational methods, socialization and community assistance for sugar palm sap farmers. Empowering sugar palm farmers through product diversification is the key to increasing the quality and quantity of sugar palm sap products into various marketable products such as bioethanol. This economic education activity for palm sap farmers has had a positive impact and response from the Lonuo village community. This can be seen from the enthusiasm of the community in participating in activities at the village office. The community received education well and smoothly and increased public understanding regarding the use of palm sap into products of high economic value such as bioethanol.</p> 2024-07-07T20:12:50+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Hasanuddin, Hapsawati Taan, Herinda Mardin, Yuszda K. Salimi, Rahmatia, Muhammad Yasser Arafat, Esta Larosa, Abdul Rasyid, Sri Ayu Ashari https://journal.unj.ac.id/unj/index.php/jpm/article/view/47697 UIN Bandung Community Service: Fun Learning Boosts Student Motivation at SDN Mekarbakti, Mekarsari Village 2024-07-16T20:18:00+07:00 Muhammad Al Mighwar malmighwar@uinsgd.ac.id Aep Kusnawan Aep_kusnawan@uinsgd.ac.id Iman Supratman imansupratman@uinsgd.ac Dadang Husen Sobana dadanghusensobana@uinsgd.ac.id Vemy Suci Asih just.vemy@uinsgd.ac.id Evi Sopiah evisopiah@uinsg.ac.id Fitri Siti Nurazizah fitrisitinurazizah2@gmail.com Yosep Saepul Akbar yosepsaepulakbar16@gmail.com Rizky Rifaldy rizkyrfldy23@gmail.com <p>The Community Engagement Program (KKN) of UIN Bandung in 2023 was organized and implemented based on Community Empowerment (Sisdamas), with a focus on fostering Religious Moderation in villages, tailored to community needs and the academic backgrounds of participating students. Through the Fun Learning method, the initiative aimed to boost student learning motivation at SDN Mekarbakti, Mekarsari Village, Bandung Regency. By integrating Participatory Action Research and qualitative research approaches, the implementation of Fun Learning methods, including educational games, arts and creativity activities, group discussions, and class projects, proceeded through four structured cycles: citizen meetings and social reflection, community organizing and social mapping, participation planning, action, monitoring, and evaluation. The results of community empowerment demonstrated a significant boost in student participation, interest in learning, academic performance, and positive feedback from teachers and parents. They assessed that this learning approach was more effective in enhancing student motivation than conventional methods, aligning with various contemporary theories and research findings.</p> 2024-07-08T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Muhammad Al Mighwar, Aep Kusnawan, Iman Supratman, Dadang Husen Sobana, Vemy Suci Asih, Evi Sopiah, Fitri Siti Nurazizah, Yosep Saepul Akbar, Rizky Rifaldy https://journal.unj.ac.id/unj/index.php/jpm/article/view/37952 Islamic Parenting Psychoeducation: Marriage Dispensation Prevention in Ketawanggede Lowokwaru Malang 2024-07-16T20:14:49+07:00 Ermita Zakiyah zakiyah.ermita@uin-malang.ac.id Faridatun Nikmah faridatunnikmah@uin-malang.ac.id Norma Hasanatul Magfiroh normamagfiroh2003@gmail.com Awwalina Mukharomah awwalinamukharomah@gmail.com <p>The current society has a significant prevalence of marriage dispensations. This situation is cause for concern, as marriage dispensation is consistently associated with early marriage, which might yield adverse consequences for those involved. There is a pressing requirement for the implementation of a comprehensive educational program within the community, aimed at mitigating the prevalence of marriage dispensations in society. One potential approach to address this issue is using Islamic parenting psychoeducation. This service used the Participation Action Research (PAR) technique, which entails the engagement of multiple stakeholders in evaluating all conducted activities and actions. The findings indicated a notable rise in the comprehension of female PKK cadres in Ketawanggede Village, Lowokwaru District, Malang City, regarding the marriage dispensations and its prevention. The findings indicate that the provision of psychoeducation has a beneficial impact on enhancing the comprehension of female PKK cadres in Ketawanggede Village, Lowokwaru District, Malang City.</p> 2024-07-09T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Ermita Zakiyah, Faridatun Nikmah, Norma Hasanatul Magfiroh, Awwalina Mukharomah