PTM Nasional Camp in Indonesia Works on Bendosari Village to Make an Ecotourism Object
Author : Humas | Monday, September 18, 2017 13:37 WIB
The national camp of Muhammadiyah universities in Indonesia was begun through seminar activities at UMM.
The third Bakti Racana National Camp of Muhammadiyah (Kembaramunas) held at University of Muhammadiyah Malang (UMM) became the Scout Pandega event from 23 Muhammadiyah Universities (PTM) in Indonesia to raise awareness to the community. For a week, 18 - 23 September 2017, the Pandega Scout would focus on working on Bendosari Village, Pujon Subdistrict, Malang Regency as ecotourism object.
The activity was Working Program of Base Board of UMM and the result of PTM Pandega deliation in Indonesia on the implementation of the second Racana Camp of Muhammadiyah second at Muhammadiyah University of Yogyakarta on September 24, 2016 ago.
Not just packed in camp format in general, the third Kembaramunas activities were included a number of activities Pandega Scout service to the environment and people of Malang Regency. They were briefings related to physical and non-physical work. "Participants were given material preparation on how to utilize the available natural resources in Bendosari Village," explained by Chief Executive, Siti Nurahmah, in the opening ceremony at Heliped UMM, Monday (18/9).
The debriefing of the material, Siti added, would be implemented through the involvement of participants in the manufacture and development of facilities to support the beauty, quality and value of Kampung Ekowisata Bendosari Village. One of them was through the planting of several supporting plants in the area of pine trees to be used as pine forest park. Not only that, the participants were also given education about milking cattle milk and cow dung waste processing which would be developed into biogas.
The event was at the same time also held a National Seminar entitled "Actualization of Pandega Enforcement Role in Community Service" which presented Head of National Training and Education Center of Scout Movement, Prof. Dr. Suyatno, M.Pd., East Java Regional Enforcement Working Group, BINA Bintang Putra Ananta, S.Pd, and UMM Scout member honor, Syamsul Hadi, S.Pt. (ard)