SERUNAI SERUNAI IDFoS Indonesia en-US SERUNAI 2807-6931 Analysis of the Preparedness of the Village Government and Community in Facing Drought Disasters in Sumberharjo Village, Sumberrejo Sub District, Bojonegoro Regency <p>This research aimed to determine whether the role of village government and community preparedness had a significant influence partially and simultaneously on community preparedness in facing drought disasters in Sumberharjo Village, Sumberrejo Sub District, Bojonegoro Regency. This research was conducted in Sumberharjo Village, Sumberrejo Sub District, Bojonegoro Regency from August to October 2023. The population consisted of 1308 households in Sumberharjo Village. For the government role variable, all village officials were included, and the sample in this research was determined using the Slovin formula, resulting in 92 samples. The data collection technique used was incidental. The data analysis technique used in this research was quantitative descriptive with data collected in the form of questionnaires, observations, and documentation. The results of the data analysis testing in this research discuss the preparedness of the village government and community in dealing with drought disaster mitigation in Sumberharjo Village, Sumberrejo Sub District, Bojonegoro Regency.</p> Nur Afiza Sholihatun Nisa Copyright (c) 2024 Nur Afiza Sholihatun Nisa 2024-05-15 2024-05-15 2 1 1 13 10.63019/serunai.v2i1.40 GREEN WARRIOR: Empowering Women’s Economic Innovation Program Based on Green Sociopreneur through Mission-Based Learning Method for Economically Vulnerable Women (PRSE) in West Java <p>Economically Vulnerable Women (PRSE) are one of the vulnerable groups affected by poverty. Thus, the strategy to accelerate poverty alleviation is not merely a matter of capital and technical skills, but also about how to instill the feeling of being able to overcome life's challenges with dignity and empowerment. The purpose of this program was to enhance innovation and productivity of Economically Vulnerable Women to become Sociopreneurs capable of establishing businesses based on the concept of Green Economy. The research location is in Cibunut Village, Sumur Sub District, Bandung City. The method involved qualitatively describing the condition of Economically Vulnerable Women and outlining the concept of Green Warrior innovation. Data collection was carried out through interviews, observations, and literature studies. Green Warrior was an innovative program designed in the form of solving a mission or challenge that involved knowledge, values, and social entrepreneurial skills. Its implementation consisted of five missions: Warrior Motivation Class, Warrior Coaching Class, Warrior Creative Class, Warrior Selling Class, and The Masterpiece of Warrior to strengthen the entrepreneurial spirit of Economically Vulnerable Women using the Mission-Based Learning method. Thus, with the presence of the Green Warrior innovation, it was hoped to drive poverty alleviation through sustainable economic growth and inclusive human development by developing human resource capacity in line with economic transformation, through skills enhancement and mentoring for vulnerable workers to become more productive, creative, and innovative, as well as being able to network as part of the supply chain to support the vision of 2045 Golden Indonesia.</p> A. A. Ayu Mirah Kirani Copyright (c) 2024 A. A. Ayu Mirah Kirani 2024-05-15 2024-05-15 2 1 14 36 10.63019/serunai.v2i1.41 Empowering Civil Society in the Digital Era: Preventing Lagging Behind in the Digital Civilization <p>This research explores the important role of civil society empowerment in facing the increasingly advancing digital civilization. In an era where digital technology dominates every aspect of life, civil society needs to be equipped with the knowledge, skills, and resources required to fully benefit from this digital revolution. This study identifies challenges faced by civil society in the context of digital technology, including unequal access, information security, digital literacy, and ethical issues. Additionally, the research also explores strategies and solutions that can be used to empower civil society, enabling them to actively participate in the digital civilization and prevent potential lagging behind. The findings of this research provide valuable insights into how civil society can contribute to shaping an inclusive and just future digital civilization.</p> Nisa Al Iffah Copyright (c) 2024 Nisa Al Iffah 2024-05-15 2024-05-15 2 1 37 47 10.63019/serunai.v2i1.42 The Role of Literacy in Creasing Awareness of Waste Management <p>This research aimed to analyze the role of literacy in increasing awareness of waste management. This research utilized a qualitative method. The results indicated that addressing waste management issues also requires the integration of technology. Digital media usage significantly influences the shift in individuals' mindsets. Enhancing waste literacy can be achieved through social media platforms. Educational initiatives can leverage various features provided by these platforms. Tailoring educational approaches to the age group of the target audience is crucial for effective information delivery. Merely providing education and knowledge is insufficient to cultivate self-awareness among individuals. It would be advantageous if education is complemented by tangible actions, such as community service, outreach programs, and training sessions. These activities should be customized to suit different age groups and environments.</p> Silvia Dwi Wulandari Copyright (c) 2024 Silvia Dwi Wulandari 2024-05-15 2024-05-15 2 1 48 57 10.63019/serunai.v2i1.43 Facing the Garbage Piles: Implementation of Domestic Waste Management by Village-Owned Enterprises <p>As part of efforts towards Indonesia's Free of Waste, Bojonegoro Regency implemented the Garbage Emergency program in 2020. This program includes strategies for waste utilization and determining the location of Final Waste Disposal Sites. Through collaboration between the Village Government and Village-Owned Enterprises (BUMDesa), innovations have been created to address household waste issues. The domestic waste management program managed by BUMDesa targets the direct participation of households in waste sorting and storage according to its classification, with the hope of reducing the accumulation of waste that pollutes the environment. This research aimed to analyze the implementation of domestic waste management by Village-Owned Enterprises. The method used in this research employed a qualitative approach with a case study design. The research focused on six indicators: policy standards and objectives, resources, characteristics of implementing agents, inter-organizational communication, socio-economic-political conditions, and the disposition of implementers, with data collection techniques including interviews, literature review, and documentation. Findings from this research indicated that the implementation of waste management programs in Sambiroto Village involves cooperation between the village government, Village-Owned Enterprises, and residents. This program aimed to reduce the volume of waste originating from households by actively involving community participation. However, the implementation of this program faces challenges, including limited resources and a lack of financial support from the community. The village government needed to improve communication and provide training for the community and personnel involved in the program. Additionally, providing subsidies or assistance to low-income communities can also enhance participation in waste management. With the hope that this program can have a positive impact on environmental cleanliness and increase public awareness of the importance of sustainable waste management.</p> Lilik Sulistiyani Nelly Dahlia Copyright (c) 2024 Lilik Sulistiyani, Nelly Dahlia 2024-05-15 2024-05-15 2 1 58 72 10.63019/serunai.v2i1.44