Pendampingan Jam’iyah Muslimat NU Ranting Desa Gebangkerep Kec. Baron Kabupaten Nganjuk dalam Peningkatan Kesadaran Prokes Covid-19

  • Toha Ma'sum STAIDA Nganjuk
Keywords: Mentoring, Improvement, Health Protocol, Muslimat

Abstract

Jam'iyyah Muslimat NU Ranting Gebangkerep is one part of a social religious organization that has members and activities that involve people, both on a weekly, monthly and yearly basis. The existence of the Covid-19 pandemic is a separate problem that causes the activities that have been running to be hampered. The existence of new rules and regulations that allow the existence of activities with the application of health protocols, it is necessary to respond well so that the activities that have not been carried out to the maximum, can be implemented of course by still applying health protocols in accordance with established standards. Through mentoring activities carried out by lecturers of STAI Darussalam devotion, using the ABCD (Asset Baset Community Development) method, a mentoring program is carried out with the form of socialization and practice of the application of Covid-19 health protocols at the Nu Muslimat Branch of Gebangkerep Village. With this method, the activities are carried out well, get a response from partners side by side and give a positive impact for muslim members who are participants. Knowledge and skills of the application of Covid-19   health protocols increased sharply based on the ats of pre-test and post test results carried out as well as the results of observations and interviews with participants during the activities. And as a form of response, a follow-up plan was implemented to develop the program

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Published
2021-01-27
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