SDG 1: No Poverty
The UGM Faculty of Agriculture, in collaboration with the Berau Regency Government in East Kalimantan and partners, has implemented the Inspirational Action Program for Citizens towards Change for Prosperous Communities (Pejuang Sigap Sejahtera). The program aims to improve the human resources (HR) quality in Berau Regency by facilitating village governance, natural resource management, and economic […].
UGM students provide assistance and education for children in Sosrowijayan Village. This initiative aims to support the realization of a child-friendly village in Sosrowijayan, located in a densely populated urban area and close to the red-light district of Pasar Kembang (Sarkem) in Yogyakarta.
Professor Ova Emilia, MD, the Rector of Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM), stated that commemorating Heroes’ Day is a moment to build the spirit of intellectuality by promoting education to enlighten the nation, intensifying research to create innovation and fresh thinking and promoting community service to enhance nationalism and humanity. The Rector of UGM made this […].
Agriculture is an essential sector inseparable from Indonesia’s economic sustainability.
Sorghum is a functional food known for its health benefits in preventing diseases associated with the immune, endocrine, nervous, digestive, and circulatory systems.
Since 2020, UGM has been researching the development of area-based organic agriculture in Sleman Regency, Yogyakarta. This research has produced several outcomes, including a model of sustainable agricultural governance and a Sleman Regent Regulation on the Development of Area-Based Organic Agriculture.
The Postgraduate Student Association of Universitas Gadjah Mada collaborated with the Directorate of Community Service to conduct the program work evaluation and village entertainment on Saturday, October 7. The activity occurred in Mancasan Kleben and aimed to evaluate the implemented program work over the past four months since June 2023.
The village of Duwet in Gunungkidul has attracted the attention of five UGM students.
The Jakarta Provincial Government has established a food supply center on Tidung Island, Kepulauan Seribu, called JakGrosir. This facility was built to address the issue of higher food prices on the island, which are relatively more expensive than other areas of Jakarta due to its geographical location and transportation limitations.
In the village of Namberan, located in the Karangasem District of Paliyan, Gunung Kidul Regency, there is an incredible natural resource–the thriving melinjo tree, also known as Gnetum gnemon, a native to Southeast Asia. Nearly every household in this village has melinjo trees in their yards.
UGM has deployed 143 students to participate in the Community Service Program (KKN-PPM) for the third period of 2023. These students will assist the Special Region of Yogyakarta government address poverty and stunting-related issues.
Semuten hamlet, located in Jatimulyo Village, Bantu Regency, is one of the coconut-producing regions.
UGM students assisted the residents of Banaran V Hamlet in Gunungkidul.
UGM students have developed the “Muda Ternak” (Livestock for Youth) program to stimulate young people’s interest in livestock farming.
Jangkang Hamlet in Wedomartani Village, Ngemplak, Sleman, is one of the sugarcane-producing hamlets in Yogyakarta.
A team of students from the Tourism program at the UGM Faculty of Cultural Sciences has helped create a community-based tourism village for the Guntara Tourism Awareness Group in Pengkol Village, Gunungkidul Regency, Yogyakarta. This activity aims to accelerate the formation of the Wandari Mukti tourism village.
The increasing population poses a unique challenge to food availability.
UGM Vocational College students have developed an automatic chicken feed dispenser named “Simar” to improve the efficiency of the chicken feeding process and assist small to medium-scale chicken farmers.
UGM students research indigenous ecotourism in Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park.
Digital technology continues to evolve and change the business landscape for Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs).
Employment remains a critical issue in Indonesia’s current demographic bonus era.
Gunungkidul, Yogyakarta, is known for having the largest local potential of cassava.
Yubita Hida Aprilia (19) vividly remembers six years ago, on September 15, 2017, when she reluctantly consented to amputating her right leg.
The UGM Faculty of Medicine, Public Health, and Nursing provides students with free “angkringan” (small street food stall) breakfast.
A year ago, the story of a rural Mount Lawu farmers’ child, Apia Dewi Agustin (23), who was in the final semester of her studies at Universitas Gadjah Mada, garnered public attention. Apia’s story inspired the Indonesian community and shattered the stigma that rural children with limited economic conditions could not attend college.
One hundred thirty-two new undergraduate students accepted into the UGM Faculty of Biology have been granted tuition subsidies.
Juan Gilbert Kakorea Dreams of Building North Kalimantan A young man from Malinau, North Kalimantan, decided to enroll in the UGM Industrial Engineering program through the 3T (Frontier, Outermost, and Underdeveloped Regions) admission program launched by UGM with the goal of building a hydropower plant to sustain life in Nusantara, East Kalimantan, Indonesia’s new capital […].
On Saturday, August 19, UGM hosted the International Student Excursion (ISE) in Pentingsari Tourist Village, Sleman, Yogyakarta, to familiarize international students currently enrolled in the university with Indonesian culture.
A total of 10,104 new undergraduate and applied undergraduate students of UGM carried out the Action Plan to implement UGM’s values in life and society.
The UGM Student Community Service (KKN-PPM) team in Kedungrejo Village, Blora Regency, held a Children’s Play and Kite Festival on Friday (August 11) to celebrate Indonesia’s 78th Independence Day and mark their end of service in the village.