Indonesian Journal of Social Responsibility Review (IJSRR) <p><strong>Indonesian Journal of Social Responsibility Review (IJSRR) (P-ISSN: 2830-6910 | E-ISSN: 2830-1048)</strong> is a peer-reviewed journal, published by Prospect Publishing since 2022 as a national journal.</p> <p><strong>Indonesian Journal of Social Responsibility Review (IJSRR)</strong> publishes all research activity for the community empowerment and community development. It is available online as open access sources. This statement clarifies the ethical behavior of all parties involved in the act of publishing an article in this journal, including the author, the editor-in-chief, the Editorial Board, the reviewer, and the publisher.</p> Prospect Publishing en-US Indonesian Journal of Social Responsibility Review (IJSRR) 2830-6910 Religious Perspectives on Wonosobo Coffee Farmer Community Empowerment Actors in Community Empowerment Activities <p><em>A</em> <em>Religion is the basis of every human life, inseparable from the life of Indonesian society. As social being’s humans can’t live alone or live in need with other human beings. Religion teaches to help each other on the cause of good, such as: the common welfare goal, altruism. Prosperity can be achieved together with the empowerment of the community commanded by an empowerment actor. Empowerment actors need to have a handle on religious values so this article discusses the relationship between the religious values of empowerment actors and the empowerment activities carried out. This article is based on field trip study activities held by the Master and Doctoral Extension Development Study Programs in Wonosobo Regency and use a qualitative approach. The data was obtained from visits and interviews with coffee farmer empowerment actor, Mr. Romadhon. Data analysis was carried out by comparing the literature review with the state of the field submitted by the informant. The results explained that as an empowerment actor, Mr. Romadhon has a handle on religious values so that in every step he has a religious basis and a good purpose for the target community. Therefore, religion can be a basic perspective in carrying out empowerment for the noble purpose of helping others towards goodness in life.</em></p> Annisa Qurrota A'yun Copyright (c) 2023 Annisa Qurrota A'yun 2023-02-22 2023-02-22 1 3 155 162 10.55381/ijsrr.v1i3.56 Efforts to Revitalize the Dieng Critical Slope troungh Community Empowerment: Case Tambi Coffee <p><em>Dieng Plateau is a protected area whose main function is to protect the preservation of the function of natural resources, artificial resources, as well as cultural and historical values of the nation. Forest damage in the Dieng Plateau has reached 50 to 60%. The conversion of forest functions to land for seasonal crops, especially potatoes has damaged the forest function area as a protected forest. The problem that is still the biggest challenge in efforts to restore Dieng as a protected area is the rehabilitation of critical land in community-owned land areas. Widespread land degradation occurs due to potato cultivation activities, the impact is that during the rainy season landslides occur in many residential points and along roads, floods that occur due to disruption of watersheds by landslides, and drought during the dry season. This research was conducted using qualitative methods with purposive selection of research locations. The research location is in Tambi Village, Wonosobo Regency, which is a conservation area through coffee cultivation. Observations and in-depth interviews were conducted. The results of this study indicate that community empowerment in Tambi Village is an important factor in efforts to revitalize the critical slopes of Dieng. This revitalization effort has been carried out by Bapak Romadhon for the last 12 years together with the surrounding community by planting coffee plants. Behind the success that has been achieved, there are many influencing factors, both external and internal. Many coffee farmers feel the benefits of growing coffee. The community began to realize that the activities they were doing so far were damaging the environment. Community empowerment and participation is a very important step for the recovery of critical slopes due to exploitation activities.</em></p> Fajar Julian Santosa Copyright (c) 2023 Fajar Julian Santosa 2023-02-22 2023-02-22 1 3 163 170 10.55381/ijsrr.v1i3.68 Critical Land, Environmental Damage, and Revitalization Efforts through the Development of Coffee Agriculture <p><em>The Dieng Plateau which is on the slopes of Mount Sindoro and Sumbing, Wonosobo Regency is very crucial as a water catchment area in Central Java Province. The Dieng Plateau as a protected function forest area should be an area that is protected from production activities and human activities that have potential to damage its protected function. These protected areas are massively exploited for the sake of fulfilling human needs, resulting in environmental damage in various areas. One effort to restore this situation is by revitalizing land through the development of coffee farming. The purpose of this paper is to discuss efforts to revitalize land through the development of coffee farming in Dieng Plateau area. This study uses a descriptive qualitative method with a character study approach. The development of coffee plants can be an effort to conserve forests, maintain water absorption, and reduce natural disasters. Tambi Coffee Plantation is a coffee plantation area located in Tambi Village, Wonosobo Regency. Coffee root can prevent erosion. In addition to revitalization to reforest deforested land in the Dieng Plateau, farmers can benefit from the coffee seeds planted. The development of coffee farming is now making Dieng Plateau farmers more empowered and prosperous.</em></p> Triya Ayu Retnaningtyas Copyright (c) 2023 Triya Ayu Retnaningtyas 2023-02-22 2023-02-22 1 3 171 177 10.55381/ijsrr.v1i3.69 Coffee Farmers Empowerment by LMDH Argo Mulyo in Tambi Village, Kejajar District, Wonosobo Regency <p><em>Empowerment is an effort made by the community, with or without the support of outsiders to improve their lives based on their own power, through power optimization efforts, as well as increasing their bargaining position, in other words, empowerment must put the strength of the community as the main capital and avoid the "engineering" of outsiders which often kills the independence of the local community. This study aims to find out and analyze the techniques for empowering coffee farming communities carried out by LMDH Argo Mulyo in Tambi Village, Kalijajar District, Wonosobo Regency, Central Java Province. The method used in this study is descriptive qualitative. The data collection techniques used are observation, interviews, and literature studies. Data analysis techniques are carried out by reducing data, presenting data, drawing conclusions, and verifying. Based on the results of the study, it shows that the implementation of empowerment carried out by LMDH Argo Mulyo for coffee farmers in Tambi Village, Wonosobo District, Central Java Province is going well covering 4 (four) aspects of empowerment, namely: Human Development, Business Development, Community Development, and Institutional Development.</em></p> Yuni Indarti Copyright (c) 2023 Yuni Indarti 2023-02-22 2023-02-22 1 3 178 189 10.55381/ijsrr.v1i3.70 The Role of Religion-based Communication in Environmental Revitalization and Community Empowerment in Wonosobo <p><em>Forests in Wonosobo Regency play a role in maintaining ecological balance. The problem that often occurs is the decline in forest function. Various human activities are carried out to change the ecological function of forests into economic land use. One of the environmental conservation efforts is through religious character education. This was done by one of the opinion leaders in Tambi Village, Kejajar District, Wonosobo Regency. The purpose of this paper is to discuss the role of religious communication in efforts to revitalize the environment in a community empowerment process. This study uses a descriptive qualitative method with a character study approach. As a mission to revitalize the environment, an agent of change takes an approach with a religious context. This process was carried out using a pilot model method by the opinion leader Mr. RM, which started in a small community, namely the Agro Mulyo group. Starting from social change based on Islamic values. The role of religious communication in environmental revitalization in community empowerment: 1) communication as a medium of da'wah; and 2) communication as the basis for friendly interaction (strengthening ukhuwah). The principles of religious communication are: 1) oriented towards the physical and spiritual well-being of the community; and 2) religion-based empowerment is an effort to do social engineering. This paper concludes that religious communication can save itself and its citizens from environmental damage to achieve a balanced happiness between the world and the hereafter.</em></p> Raden Roro Ilma Kusuma Wardani Copyright (c) 2023 Raden Roro Ilma Kusuma Wardani 2023-02-22 2023-02-22 1 3 190 197 10.55381/ijsrr.v1i3.71 The Role of Stakeholders in the Development of Tambi Coffee Agroforestry <p><em>The slopes of Mount Tambi turned green again after the efforts to revitalize critical lands carried out by LMDH Argo Mulyo through the development of Tambi coffee agroforestry were successfully initiated from 2010 to 2022. The success of revitalizing critical land in Gunung Tambi certainly did not just happen, because Mount Tambi is a community's living space. has been used for years as a place of livelihood for farming communities who use a seasonal farming system, an agricultural system that is known to be environmentally unfriendly. However, the Tambi coffee agroforestry development model offered by LMDH Argo Mulyo can be a model in utilizing social forestry as a solution to overcome the existing environmental problems. This study reviews the role of stakeholders in efforts to revitalize critical land through the development of Tambi coffee agroforestry using the rapid rural appraisal (RRA) research method. This study conducted an analysis of stakeholder engagement to review the role of stakeholders in the development of tambi coffee agroforestry involving civil society groups, government and the private sector. The success of the development of Tambi coffee agroforestry is evidenced by the increasing social impact in the form of the number of members increasing to 190 people, the economic impact that increases the income of coffee farmers to Rp 35 million per harvest and the environmental impact by increasing the area managed into agroforestry covering an area of 66 hectares.</em></p> Miftah Faridl Widhagdha LV Ratna Devi Sakuntala Dwiningtyas Padmaningrum Copyright (c) 2023 Miftah Faridl Widhagdha, LV Ratna Devi Sakuntala, Dwiningtyas Padmaningrum 2023-02-22 2023-02-22 1 3 198 207 10.55381/ijsrr.v1i3.72