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Society Empowerment Using Assistance 6 in Tasikmadu with Bakso Ikan Prabowo, Budi; Tranggono, Didiek; Nuryananda, Praja Firdaus
Nusantara Science and Technology Proceedings 4th International Seminar of Research Month
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This paper provides conceptual and practical descriptions for a model of empowering women fishermen based on local potential. The model is called the six-model model. The six developments model is the result of two years of research with objects of coastal community research in Sidoarjo Regency and Trenggalek Regency. This model has three stages, namely look-think-act. With this stage, the implementation of empowerment then focuses on six aspects, namely natural resource development, human resource development, institutional development, program development, business development, and environmental development. This paper will explain the application of the six communit development model in the coastal community of Tasikmadu village, Trenggalek Regency, as well as updating the previous research by utilizing the commodity of Bakso Ikan. Empowerment activities through the six development model in Tasikmadu Village were carried out by providing counseling and training on fish meatball production. After that, it was continued with the provision of a piece of fishball molding equipment to the Joint Business Group (KUB) Sumber Rejeki and Sumber Barokah in the hope that it would facilitate community economic turnover. With this series of activities, natural resource development, human resource development, and institutional development have been carried out. The business development, program development, and environmental development will still be the agenda of community service in the next assistance.
Riding Globalization: Bancak Salak and The Remaining Identity Suksmawati, Herlinda; Pabyantara, Dias; Nuryananda, Praja Firdaus
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Globalization is believed to be the exogenous driving force that has changed many social and political changes in the last few decades. Deprived of the identity of a socio-political entity, including the people in Indonesia, is a socio-political phenomenon that has become increasingly apparent in recent developments. Supported by increasingly high internet penetration rates, this uprooted culture is even felt in rural areas. But, that does not mean that the local wisdom of Indonesian people can then be lost. Bancakan Salak is one of the cultures of Indonesian people who retain elements of local wisdom. The word "bancakan" itself means "form of gratitude" and is manifested in the form of holding a meal together. While salak is the main plantation commodity in the Galengdowo village, Wonosalam district, Jombang. Bancakan Salak becomes interesting to study when it is associated with the loss of local culture due to globalization. Therefore, this study looks at the efforts of the Galengdowo village government to preserve the culture and local wisdom in the village. This study uses a mixed approach (mixed method). The research instruments used were interviews, observation, and questionnaires to obtain primary and secondary data. With these three instruments, it is hoped that the research team will get a clear picture of the history of the Bancakan Salak and why the Bancakan Salak tradition was remade by the Galengdowo village government.
ABCD Model Implemented to Underdeveloped Villages in Trenggalek Regency Tranggono, Didiek; Nuryananda, Praja Firdaus; Putra, Andre Yusuf Trisna
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Trenggalek Regency is an area located in the southern part of East Java Province. Due to its geographical position in the south and the lack of transportation facilities, Trenggalek Regency is a developing area with relatively slow progress. There are also still many underdeveloped villages. This research will discuss three underdeveloped or developing villages in Trenggalek. Tegaren village was once a village with IDT status (Inpres Desa Tertinggal), the consequence of which was often to get assistance from the government. Meanwhile, Winong Village is a village that is also included in a backward village. Tasikmadu village in Watulimo District is a prototype of a coastal village that is still classified as being left behind even though it is located in a tourist area. The research we have done is an implementation of the ABCD (Asset Based Community Development) model by Christopher Dureau that focuses on asset utilization. For the implementation of the ABCD method, this research uses a mixed method with interviews, observations, and questionnaires. This research will focus on community development and empowerment in underdeveloped villages of Trenggalek Regency by focusing on village assets. The problem that then arises is that both Tasikmadu, Winong, and Tegaren Villages are typical villages that do not yet have or have not maximized the village assets they have. A preliminary finding by the research team is that the empowerment of underdeveloped rural communities is strongly supported by a strong level of education and institutional leadership system.
Bamboonimics in Tegaren Village Dwiridhotjahjono, Jojok; Wibowo, Prihandono; Nuryananda, Praja Firdaus
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Besek is made from bamboo which is then woven. This besek craft is the main craft of women in Tegaren Village. However, problems arise when besek does not provide enough income for women in Tegaren Village. By providing more training and insight for the residents of Tegaren Village, it is hoped that there will be an increase in the economic capacity of the village. The method of implementing the Community Partnership Program (PKM) is through comparative studies, training, as well as providing assistance to residents of Tegaren Village to continue to improve their economic capacity through bamboo woven commodities. As an object of comparative study, bamboo craft center Bamboo Indah was chosen, located in Wonoanti Village, Gandusari District, Trenggalek Regency. During a comparative study, three agreements were reached between the government of Tegaren Village and the Bambu Indah center, namely 1) Tegaren Village would send two or three craftsmen to conduct intensive bamboo weaving training, 2) two "lazy chair" products would be sent to Tegaren Village as a learning material for developing bamboo commodity products, and 3) Bambu Indah centers agreed to empower the human resources of Tegaren Village if there are besek and pincuk orders. This assistance program will continue as Tegaren Village has become one of the target villages of UPN "Veteran" East Java.