SDG 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth
Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) have contributed 60.5% to the National GDP.
After appearing in several news reports recently, the Environmentally Friendly Catfish Smoker, a creation by UGM students, was showcased directly at the 2023 PIMNAS at Universitas Padjajaran, Jatinangor. Dinda Iffana Silma, the team leader, expressed gratitude because her project was funded and participated in the 2023 event.
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 […].
Five UGM students have developed Integrated Smart Vertical Hydroponic Farming to help improve the productivity of hydroponic vegetable cultivation for the Tuwuh Makmur Women Farmers Group in Santren Hamlet, Sleman Regency.
The UGM Agrotechnology Innovation Center has developed super smart fertilizer (SSF) for various crops, including tea.
Dr. Ganies Riza Aristya, a lecturer at the UGM Faculty of Biology, has been honored with the Outstanding Flagship Project Award at the 2023 RCE Awards for Innovative Projects on Education for Sustainable Development (ESD).
The UGM Faculty of Animal Science, in collaboration with Global Food Partners (GFP) and PT Lion Super Indo, conducted Cage-Free Eggs System Training in Yogyakarta. The three-day training, held from November 3 to 5, 2023, took place at the Faculty of Animal Science and the International Training Center Cage-Free Innovation and Welfare Hub owned by […].
A team of UGM researchers has developed a tool for dyeing fabric and yarn using natural dyes called GamaWarni.
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.
Agriculture is an essential sector inseparable from Indonesia’s economic sustainability.
A group of UGM students involved in the Student Creativity Program for Community Service conducted an empowerment activity for a women’s group in Bendung Village, Gunungkidul Regency. They provided training for non-working homemakers to process the abundant potential of sorghum into processed products like nutritious brownies and cookies, which also hold economic value.
Universitas Gadjah Mada and the Central Kalimantan Provincial Government have forged cooperation in education, research, and community service. At least 12 cooperation agreements were signed by department heads within the Central Kalimantan Provincial Government and Vice Deans from the UGM Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Economics and Business, Faculty of Forestry, Faculty of Animal Science, […].
Sorghum is a functional food known for its health benefits in preventing diseases associated with the immune, endocrine, nervous, digestive, and circulatory systems.
The UGM Faculty of Philosophy organized a karawitan festival on Wednesday (October 25).
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.
Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) has been recognized as a higher education institution concerned about workplace social security. This award was presented directly by the Vice President of Indonesia, Ma’ruf Amin, to Professor Supriyadi, the UGM Vice-Rector for Human Resources and Finance, in Jakarta on Friday (October 20) during the 2023 Paritrana Award ceremony.
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.
A group of UGM students has successfully created an innovative product, a Monopoly-based game learning tool for local government accounting called “POTANDA.” With POTANDA, they hope to assist students in better understanding the subject of local government accounting. With this tool, learning about local government accounting can be more enjoyable.
Semuten hamlet, located in Jatimulyo Village, Bantu Regency, is one of the coconut-producing regions.
The Directorate General of Immigration, in collaboration with Universitas Gadjah Mada and several universities in the Special Region of Yogyakarta, has launched an Education Visa for foreign nationals seeking education in Indonesia. The launch of the Education Visa coincided with the 2023 Immigration Festival (IMIFEST) themed “Shaping the Image of Indonesia’s Gateway,” held at Grha […].
Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) has been recognized as the first university in Indonesia to provide certified training for remote pilots of small Uncrewed Aircraft Systems (small UAS) or drones.
UGM students have developed the “Muda Ternak” (Livestock for Youth) program to stimulate young people’s interest in livestock farming.
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.
Jangkang Hamlet in Wedomartani Village, Ngemplak, Sleman, is one of the sugarcane-producing hamlets in Yogyakarta.
A group of UGM students participating in the Innovation Works category of the Student Creativity Program have developed a device called ADEM to shield broiler chickens from heat stress. Chicken meat is one of Indonesia’s most consumed animal protein sources.
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.
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.
UGM students have studied the psychological conditions of multi-platform online motorcycle taxi drivers in Yogyakarta.