SDG 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities
In a bold step towards a greener future, the UGM Faculty of Engineering has launched Grahakara Grafika, a dedicated Reduce, Reuse, Recycle (3R) Waste Collection Point. This groundbreaking initiative signals the faculty’s unwavering commitment to environmental sustainability and zero-waste practices.
The UGM LPDP recipients organized a community service program at the Piyungan landfill, discussing waste management with the Mardiko community.
The UGM Faculty of Pharmacy launched the Digital Jamu Literacy application on Tuesday (November 14). Developed in collaboration with the Yogyakarta Health Office, this application is designed to support health transformation in the country through the digitization of traditional jamu or herbal medicine.
The UGM Faculty of Cultural Sciences presented the results of the study of intangible cultural heritage objects that have the potential to be designated as Intangible Cultural Heritage.
Yogyakarta has become the first city in Indonesia to implement Wolbachia-infected mosquito technology to control dengue fever (DF). Since the inception of this program in 2016, the number of DF cases in Yogyakarta has gradually decreased, reaching its lowest point in 2023 at 67 cases.
The village grant team from the UGM Center for Disaster Studies installed an early warning system (EWS) in Sompok Hamlet, Bantul. In addition to the installation, the UGM team also had the opportunity to provide explanations and counseling regarding various devices that would be used.
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.
Nang… ning… neng… gung… That is the sound you hear inside the Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Engineering building, Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Gadjah Mada.
Three microalgae experts from UGM, Professor Arief Budiman, Dr. Eko Agus Suyono, and Dr.
The UGM Faculty of Philosophy community service team conducted an IT-based art coaching and literacy program in Nagari Koto Gadang, Agam Regency, West Sumatra.
The UGM Faculty of Philosophy organized a karawitan festival on Wednesday (October 25).
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.
UGM students have developed an integrated carbon absorption technology that can be monitored in real time using smart sensors.
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.
Amid the dominance of tourist accommodation development on the island of Bali, the Tenganan Pegringsingan village remains steadfast with a prohibition on tourist accommodations. The prohibition of tourist accommodation is a collective agreement by the indigenous community to ban the construction of tourist accommodation in any form and the commercialization of land for tourism. Upon […].
The Universitas Gadjah Mada Women’s Association (DWP) organized a social service event on Tuesday, October 17, in Kocoran Hamlet, Sleman Regency. This activity is a collaboration between the association and the UGM 74th Anniversary Committee, UGM Academic Hospital, Gadjah Mada Medical Center, and the UGM Faculty of Medicine, Nursing, and Public Health. This activity reflects […].
Facing a global clean water crisis, students from Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) have researched the culture of Kudus, Central Java, which preserves water in wells and springs through the wisdom of Banyu Penguripan. The scarcity of clean water has become an urgent issue, and this research aims to view local wisdom as a concrete and […].
At the working luncheon session of the High-Level Meeting of the Archipelagic and Island States (AIS) Forum on October 11, 2023, young innovators from island nations and archipelagos presented their innovations to address key issues of the forum.
A team of students from Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) has successfully created an innovation that can reduce the impact of landslides and their consequences.
Pura Mangkunegaran is one of the cultural heritage buildings, representing the wealth of Nusantara traditions and history.
Five UGM students have developed a water filtration device based on the Internet of Things (IoT) to reduce iron content in groundwater.
People living in the Gunung Halimun National Park area still hold onto the customs and traditions passed down by their ancestors. However, they adapt to the changing times by utilizing various technological advancements, such as local television channels that showcase the community’s daily activities and internet networks.
Rice barns, commonly known as “Leuit” by the Badui people in Lebak, Banten, serve as storage and preservation units for food supplies. Unlike rice barns used by other tribes, the Badui people’s Leuit embodies the harmonious strength of their community and adheres firmly to their life philosophy. The saying “lojor teu beunang dipotong, pondok teu […].
UGM students assisted the residents of Banaran V Hamlet in Gunungkidul.
For those who enjoy collecting action figures, there’s a unique addition to your collection–action figures created by UGM students using waste from gas lighters and used plastic bottles.
The prolonged dry season has impacted several Gunungkidul Regency areas, making clean water difficult to access.
Five UGM students have developed an innovative safety jacket for two-wheeler riders called J-Force.
A team of UGM students joining the Student Creativity Program in Social Sciences and Humanities Research studied the Javanese philosophy of “hamemayu hayuning bawana” (to maintain and beautify the harmony of the universe) to accelerate regenerative tourism in the Yogyakarta Special Region.
A team of UGM Vocational College students has developed Edgytech Flathouse, an integrated solution that maximizes various potentials within flat buildings, including energy, waste management, water supply, air quality, and management.