Bhinneka Tungga Ika <p>Jurnal FlipMAS</p> FLipMAS Indonesia id-ID Bhinneka Tungga Ika PENDAMPINGAN PENGEMBANGAN PRODUK HALAL UMKM BERBASIS E-COMMERCE DI DAERAH ISTIMEWA YOGYAKARTA <p>One of the problems for MSMEs, especially during the Covid-19 pandemic, is marketing. On the other hand, it turns out that online marketing is known to increase the income of MSMEs by 10-32 percent. A separate statement explained that the halal product UMKM business in Indonesia has enormous potential, in line with the growth of the existing Muslim population. Based on this, this community service activity aims to provide e-commerce applications, as well as provide online marketing assistance with halal brands. The method approach used is the introduction of e-commerce, explanation of halal certification procedures and product brand identity, and designing halal e-commerce applications for the target group. The result of this activity is an output in the form of an e-commerce application with the brand identity. MSME players have also been able to market their products using online social media which are supported by better brand identity products. In addition, MSME business actors have also received halal certification from MUI to support MSME online marketing.</p> Oki Wijaya Widodo Candra Kusuma Dafit Alvaseno Fajar Abdila Atmaja Hak Cipta (c) 2021 Bhinneka Tungga Ika 2021-11-15 2021-11-15 1 01 1 6 PENDAMPINGAN BUDIDAYA RIMPANG KELOMPOK TANI KAMALOME DI KECAMATAN INSANA BARAT- KAB. TIMOR TENGAH UTARA <p>This home-based business managed by the Joint Business Group (KUB) "Prima Mandiri" and KUB "Melati" is a small industry for processing medicinal plant rhizomes in Usapinonot Village that still survives to this day. This rhizome processing business has been started since 2006 with an average production capacity of 25 kilograms of instant rhizome (ginger, turmeric, and temulawak) per week. The methods and techniques used when they are already in the process of taking action in the field, such as institutional training with techniques including question and answer, simulations, etc. as well as the “on the field” method. This activity received a warm welcome from the local government by planning the construction of a mini pond and the assistance of machine tools for processing rhizomes. This assistance is very useful for the farmer group both in increasing the quantity of production and the enthusiasm of the farmers to increase productivity. The farmers really feel that since the assistance was provided, because of the increase in production, their welfare is gradually being guaranteed.</p> Endah Mulat Satmalawati Satmalawati Yusuf Rumbino Hak Cipta (c) 2021 Bhinneka Tungga Ika 2021-11-15 2021-11-15 1 01 7 13 NILAI ESTETIKA DAN POTENSI KARYA UNGGULAN KEM KAJANAN DESA BENGKALA KECAMATAN KUBUTAMBAHAN KABUPATEN BULELENG (Perspektif Budaya Bali) <p>Bali as a tourist destination, both local and foreign, has a variety of characteristics in each village. The uniqueness of the village has been arranged since the time of the ancestors in the past. One of the villages that has the uniqueness of being the focus of community service objects is located quite remotely in the northern region of the island of Bali, precisely in Bengkala Village, Kubutambahan District, Buleleng Regency. The condition of the villagers is quite worrying but seems to have hidden potential. This potential is owned by some of the village residents, totaling 48 people as deaf, mute or kolok. Along with the times, the collaboration between FLipMAS and Pertamina has produced some interesting works at the KEM Kajanan village for both the kolok or disables and other normal citizens. The collaboration resulted in several superior products such as yoga, dance, massage, weaving. In the field of Culture, it has been taught in the form of yoga training, Yogi Nandini Gayatri Dance to children of normal citizens and massage to the residents of kolok or dishables, agriculture has also been sown medicinal plants to protect from pests. In the field of art there has been a resurrected form of weaving since the past. In addition, the translation service for understanding the body language or body language of the kolok or dishables residents was translated by the KEM Kajanan manager in the village. For this reason, there are several obstacles when carrying out activities in the area, which will then be discussed by the approach or method used to educate the deaf and mute, interesting efforts to do for the koloks or dishables in that location, as well as the impact of the kolok or dishables residents' efforts on other normal citizens.</p> Sundani Nurono Soewandhi Pande Wayan Renawati I Putu Suwardike Anak Agung Rai Remawa I Ketut Kanta Hak Cipta (c) 2021 Bhinneka Tungga Ika 2021-11-14 2021-11-14 1 01 14 26 PENGEMBANGAN KAWASAN WISATA BERBASIS ECO-GREEN LANSDCAPE DI PANTAI BARAT DESA KELAN, KECAMATAN KUTA, KABUPATEN BADUNG, PROVINSI BALI <p>Actually, the community problems could not be completely exposed just only by social mapping, especially where the community target was located at Ring-1. Without song of area soul, the social mapping is not enough used as a reference to developing program. The method which were used when tourism area at west coast Kelan was developed, was making a sketch of territorial mapping by intensively presence and explore any unpleasure life of the people there. In the fact, it was found that the song of area soul in the west coast Kelan were the law sanction for illegal parking retribution for visitors, and small trader and also yearly wood rubbish coming from the sea. In order to solve the two main problems, FLipMAS INDONESIA, FI has implemented design and construction of tourism area method based on eco green landscape with wood rubbish as materials and arranging Perarem Kelan village based on local tradition law to solve the legality of small trader and retribution problem. 740 m<sup>2</sup> of tourism area in west coast Kelan had veen realized either in the form of boulevard, 20 m<sup>2</sup> of dry garden, 100 m<sup>2</sup> stage for show, 8 x 5 m of Café Village, 4 x 3 m of tipat santok stall by using wood rubbish materials. The legally parking and small trader retribution has been started since October 2020 after The Perarem Kelan village about Management Small Trader at the Coast Area of Kelan, had been agreed. Parking retribution gives income about Rp 800.000 a day or 24.000.000 a month for Village Treasury.&nbsp;</p> Anak Agung Rai Remawa Anak Agung Sudiana Pande Wayan Renawati I Made Nada Cokorda Javandira Sundani Nurono Soewandhi Hak Cipta (c) 2021 Bhinneka Tungga Ika 2021-11-15 2021-11-15 1 01 27 42 PERBAIKAN KUALITAS PAKAN MELALUI PEMBUATAN SILASE DI DESA BARATAKU KECAMATAN GALELA KABUPATEN HALMAHERA UTARA <p>Barataku Village, Subdistrict Galela, is geographically located in the northern part of the capital city of North Halmahera Regency and is a potential area for center of agricultural and livestock development. Apart from raising Bali cattle, the people are also farming which has several farmer-livestock groups. Each of these farmer-livestock groups consists of 10-15 people who are engaged in agriculture and animal husbandry. Apart from topographical conditions, climatic conditions are also very supportive of this area for the development of agricultural commodities and beef cattle farming. This Community Partnership Program (PKM) activity is a collaborative activity of teams from Khairun University and Muhammadiyah University Maluku Utara with partners, namely the Mamuya livestock farmer group in Barataku Village, Sub-district Galela, Halmahera Utara Regency. One of the problems to solve in program is in the field of animal husbandry, that is silage making. The target and output of the counseling and training of silage making is that the group understands how to make silage and applies it to cattle. As results, counseling and training can significantly increase the knowledge of partner members on making silage and its application as feed for cattle. During the past year, the partner has been able to produce 5.6 tons of silage which is used by the partner as cattle feed and has never been marketed considering that production is still limited.</p> Yusri Sapsuha Fauziah Nurhamidin Dewi Apriani Aco Hasriani Ishak Hak Cipta (c) 2021 Bhinneka Tungga Ika 2021-11-15 2021-11-15 1 01 43 50 KESENJANGAN HASIL MODEL PEMELIHARAAN “FEEDLOT” DOMBA DI LABORATORIUM DENGAN DI PETERNAKAN RAKYAT <p>The “feedlot” maintenance model is a research result of science and technology that has the potential to be implemented at the farmer level. The application of this model has the benefits of efficiency and effectiveness in the use of resources (livestock, feed, land and labor). Testing the feedlot model in the laboratory, resulted in relatively the same response from livestock, on several trial activities, resulting in an average weight gain of 122 grams/head/ day. The purpose of this community service activity is to disseminate the science and technology of sheep feedlot at the breeder level, as well as identify obstacles that cause the results to differ from the research results of science and technology standards. The number of sheep kept by farmers by applying the feedlot maintenance model is 99 heads, in a maintenance period of 80 days. The increase in body weight of sheep that was achieved by farmers was 82.95 grams / head / day. Lower achievement compared to the values achieved in the laboratory, but still financially profitable. The sheep feedlot maintenance model at the farmer level, there are still many variables that must be improved to achieve better body weight gain. Aspects that must be improved from breeders are mastery of selection of feeders, cage systems, stability of species, quantity and quality of feed, patterns of water supply and disease control patterns. These variables cause differences in yields between livestock kept in the laboratory and those raised at the farmer level.</p> Sondy Kuswaryan R. Hery Supratman Hak Cipta (c) 2021 Bhinneka Tungga Ika 2021-11-15 2021-11-15 1 01 51 59 NILAI-NILAI PENDIDIKAN DALAM TARI REJANG GADUNG DI DESA GADUNGAN KECAMATAN SLEMADEG TIMUR KABUPATEN TABANAN <p>Dance as part of culture is a symbol system that is full of meaning and score. The values of art as part of the culture of the community will continue to live when the supporting community is still loyal to preserving them as a reference for norms that govern their lives. However, if the control system for the transfer of values denies these values, it is certain that it will result in disharmony in people’s lives. This type of dance as a sacred offering to welcome the arrival of the Gods down to earth is known as the wali dance type, namely the rejang dance. Rejang Gadung dance is a type of wali dance, danced in a mixed manner by adult women, teenagers, and children who want to ngaturang ayah (participate) to dance at every ceremony at a temple in Gadungan Village, Tabanan Regency. The existence of the Rejang Gadung dance, which has lived up to now as a legacy of the past, contains educational values that are prioritized, especially in the formation of the human person. The educational values contained in the Rejang Gadung dance are religious values, if associated with its implementation, it functions to spread the values of religious or religious life, so that the performance of the Rejang Gadung dance in the Gadungan village community is always attached to religious ceremonies. The religious meaning means to get closer to Ida Sang Hyang Widhi Wasa as a sense of prostration of devotion. The aesthetic value in the Rejang Gadung dance can be felt during the dance process, both from simple movements, ceremonies performed, antiquity, uniqueness of motion and accompaniment, costumes and sacredness. Ethical values in the Rejang Gadung dance can build the character of the dancers and musicians such as building positive thinking habits, speaking or communicating politely and honestly, and doing good things such as compassion, being honest, caring and being disciplined.</p> Ni Luh Sustiawati Ni Ketut Suryatini Ni Luh Desi In Diana Sari Hak Cipta (c) 2021 Bhinneka Tungga Ika 2021-11-15 2021-11-15 1 01 60 71 PENINGKATAN SADAR LINGKUNGAN BAGI PARA PENAMBANG EMAS TANPA IZIN DI KECAMATAN SAMALANTAN, KABUPATEN BENGKAYANG, PROVINSI KALIMANTAN BARAT <p>Illegal gold mining is one of the activities that has an impact on the environment in West Kalimantan. Illegal gold mining is spread across 12 districts and cities in West Kalimantan. Illegal gold miners need counseling and assistance to know and understand the negative impacts of illegal gold mining. The activity partners are illegal gold miners in Samalantan District, Bengkayang Regency, West Kalimantan Province. Activities are carried out in the form of counseling in the field and individual assistance. The counseling involved the Civil Service Police Unit and the Samalantan District Government, Bengkayang Regency. Assistance is carried out in an individual approach to better maintain the confidentiality of opinions and evaluate changes in environmental awareness. Based on the results of the evaluation of activities through questionnaires, it was found that respondents who understand the dangers of mercury are 52%, intend to stop mining but do not know the next steps 70% and intend to stop mining because they have a further work plan of 30%. This community service activity will continue with the empowerment of partners of unlicensed gold miners through the use of local natural resources for handicrafts</p> Ari Widiyantoro Nafsiatun Hak Cipta (c) 2021 Bhinneka Tungga Ika 2021-11-15 2021-11-15 1 01 72 77