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From Aceh to Thailand: Assisting Community Through Counseling on Communication, Religion, Economy, Socio-culture, Infrastructure, Production, Health and Village Administration
Research Article
10.47310/iarjbm.2021.v02i03.018
Fakhrurrazi, Siti Belia, Iskandarsyah, A. Sakir, Halimatussakdiah, M. S. A. Majid, Megawati, Taufik C. Daoed and Teuku Meldi
Keywords
Community service
communication techniques
religion
economy
socio-culture
infrastructure
production
health and administration
village government
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Abstract
This community service activity was carried out in the State of Thailand. The implementation of this International Community Service was carried out in southern Thailand, namely in the Pattani, Yala and Songkla areas, this activity started from August 20 to September 10 2018. The aim was to improve human resources competences to be more reliable and able to work in various fields, making students increase their competent and have a high dedication to society. Therefore, various students from Universitas Syiah Kuala in the faculty of medicine, economics and business, law, communication and politics were included. The purpose of involving students was that students are expected to be able to apply theory and practice in the field. This service was carried out to help the community and students who have obstacles in the field of education by seeking good and correct communication, for example in self-introduction. In addition, consultation and knowledge sharing in the fields of religion, economy, socio-culture, infrastructure and facilities, production, health and village administration and government.
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June 30, 2021
ISSUE
Volume:2 | Issue:3 (2021)
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