PENGENALAN LITERASI KEBERLANJUTAN EKONOMI, SOSIAL DAN LINGKUNGAN DI PANTI ASUHAN AISYIYAH, KEMAYORAN

Wahyuningsih Santosa, Richy Wijaya, Astrid Maria Esther

Abstract


The main objective of this activity is to introduce and raise awareness from an early age on the orphanage students and underprivileged children in the orphanage environment about the important role of all parties in realizing sustainability in economic, social and environmental aspects for a more prosperous future life.

The method used to obtain information and clarify the problem is observation, interview and interview with the head of the orphanage related to the issue of sustainability. The method for solving problems is education/counseling related to sustainability literacy and the importance of saving, training in the use of used plastic bottles, environmental awareness practices, and caring & sharing activities in the form of games and donations.  

The results of this study indicate the success of the community service team. Success is evidenced by the existence of concrete actions taken by children in terms of saving, care for their environment by not littering. Children also become skilled by utilizing plastic bottles which are the result of many crafts such as piggy banks, plant pots, and others.


Keywords


Sustainability, literacy, awareness, economy, social, environment

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.25105/ijecd.v1i1.7319

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