Journal of Universal Community Empowerment Provision <p><strong>Journal of Universal Community Empowerment Provision (JUCEP) </strong>ISSN: 2776-1142 (online) ISSN: 2776-1134 (print) publishes all reports on the applying, practicing, and culturing of science and technology for the social welfare related to community empowerment issues.</p> en-US (Principal Contact) (Support Team) Wed, 03 May 2023 00:00:00 +0700 OJS 60 Use of Social Media to Support Housewives' Steamed Bun Business <p><em>This thesis paper looks at how housewives can use online communities to promote their steamed bun enterprises. Social media platforms were chosen and accounts created, material was developed, posted, and engaged with, and analytics and metrics were gathered. Housewives were able to expand their customer base, gain more followers, and promote their products and services with the help of a well-thought-out social media strategy. Advertising on social media and forming partnerships with influential users boosted brand awareness and, in turn, sales. The study concluded that social media is an interesting topic worthy of future investigation because of its potential to aid small enterprises and enhance housewives' incomes. Thesis report keywords: steamed buns, housewives, and social media.</em></p> Raisa Namaga Copyright (c) 2023 Journal of Universal Community Empowerment Provision Wed, 03 May 2023 00:00:00 +0700 Empowerment of Coastal Communities: Hygienic Management of Seaweed <p><em>Many coastal communities around the world rely on seaweed for economic, cultural, and environmental reasons. However, poor hygienic practices can compromise the quality and safety of seaweed products, which can have consequences for public health and the environment. Establishing quality control systems, employing clean and safe saltwater, and adopting excellent manufacturing methods are just a few of the initiatives highlighted in this research that can be undertaken to empower coastal communities. Economic potential, environmental safeguards, public health, and cultural preservation are only some of the many advantages of seaweed hygienic management. Finally, it is suggested that stakeholders and policymakers maintain their support for and promotion of seaweed hygienic management to empower coastal communities and guarantee long-term economic growth, environmental protection, public health, and cultural preservation.</em></p> Imamu Akinjide Copyright (c) 2023 Journal of Universal Community Empowerment Provision Wed, 03 May 2023 00:00:00 +0700 Socialization of the Bad Effects of Smoking on Youth in Mountainous Areas, India <p><em>The purpose of this research was to examine how well group outings can teach young people in hilly regions about the hazards of tobacco use. The research project included a wide range of educational events, such as seminars, workshops, and awareness campaigns, all aimed at spreading the word about the dangers of smoking. Fifty teenagers (15-24) from the mountains participated in this study. Knowledge and perspective about smoking were assessed by giving participants pre- and post-tests. The outcomes indicated that participants gained substantial knowledge and exhibited a positive attitude shift regarding smoking. Findings from the study point to the potential importance of socialization activities in reducing adolescent smoking in mountainous regions. As a result, it is suggested that similar campaigns be maintained in order to educate the younger generation on the dangers of smoking and encourage them to adopt better lifestyles.</em></p> Dineshne Dineshne Copyright (c) 2023 Journal of Universal Community Empowerment Provision Wed, 03 May 2023 00:00:00 +0700 Community Service Initiatives: Promoting Education about Justice for Parents and Children <div><em>Community empowerment and justice education are just two of the many topics covered on this page concerning the work of Promoting Education about Justice for Parents and Children. Volunteer programs that teach children and their parents about social justice are crucial in creating communities where people experience a sense of agency, fairness, and social consciousness. These initiatives intend to educate both parents and children on the importance of justice in all parts of daily life, as well as on the rights and responsibilities that come with them. Researched in this article is the impact that community service programs that teach parents and children about justice have on individuals and their surrounding neighborhoods. Furthermore, it explores the various strategies and methods utilized by such programs, including but not limited to workshops, seminars, and various types of community engagement. The article also addresses challenges faced by community service organizations and offers recommendations on how they might be overcome to make their activities as successful as possible. This article examines the impact that community service has on teaching both parents and children about the importance of creating a just and equitable society through cooperation between communities, schools, and service providers. In particular, this study will examine how community work might help teach kids and their families about social justice.</em></div> Priyashini Rajhab Copyright (c) 2023 Journal of Universal Community Empowerment Provision Wed, 03 May 2023 00:00:00 +0700 Improving the Quality of Education Through Literacy and Numeracy Learning, Technology Adaptation Assistance and Administration <p><em>The article discusses the Teaching Campus program that is part of the Merdeka Learning Kampus Merdeka (MBKM) policy implemented by the Ministry of Education and Culture in Indonesia. The program aims to enrich student competence by providing opportunities for students to learn outside the classroom by providing assistance to teachers and education staff at the education level, especially through increasing literacy, numeracy, adapting technology and assisting with administration. The article also highlights the Independent Learning Policy - Independent Campus, which is an autonomous and flexible form of learning in tertiary institutions that creates a learning culture that is innovative, not restrictive, and in accordance with the needs of students. The main programs are facilitating the opening of new study programs, changes to the higher education accreditation system, facilitating public universities to become PTNs with legal entities, and the right to study three semesters outside the study program. The article details the objectives of the Teaching Campus program, including fostering an attitude of empathy and awareness in students in dealing with problems in the surrounding environment, exploring the creative mindset together in various fields, and promoting and supporting national development. The article also highlights the preparation, implementation, and analysis of the results of the Teaching Campus program, which includes debriefing activities, coordination with the district/city education office, coordination with the target elementary school, and the implementation of the program. The Teaching Campus program is expected to provide opportunities for students to enrich themselves through activities and ideas outside of learning activities and provide scholarship opportunities for smart students by using their creativity and encouraging special education in 3T places so that they are the same as schools that have quality education according to national standards.</em></p> Ira Pasira Copyright (c) 2023 Journal of Universal Community Empowerment Provision Wed, 03 May 2023 00:00:00 +0700