Pemberdayaan Karang Taruna Melalui Budidaya Lele dan Penanganan Pasca Panen Sebagai Pendukung Ketahanan Pangan
Keywords:Karang Taruna, tarpaulin pool, catfish nuggets
The potential of Pasie Lubok Village with its abundant water has not been optimally utilized by the community due to the lack of public knowledge about good fish farming methods. Some families have taken advantage of this abundant water by making fish ponds in their yard, but this pond is only for fun or hobbies and has not been commercialized. The existence of fish ponds can also be food to support food security during the Covid-19 pandemic. This activity aims to empower youth so that they can take advantage of the potential of the village to improve the economy. The youth groups involved were from the Pasie Lubok gampong community, which consisted of 5 people. The tarpaulin pool is made with a size of 2 x 2 m as many as 2 pools and a size of 2 x 1 m. The method used is through training and direct practice. The training carried out includes training on good fish cultivation and production to marketing in the form of processed catfish nuggets. The approach method used is through face-to-face, program socialization, mentoring and mentoring. The result of this empowerment activity is an increase in the knowledge and skills of groups of fish cultivators in carrying out good fish farming practices and the utilization of catfish in the form of new processed foods. In addition, the output of this program is catfish consumption (150-200 grams/head) which is ready to be marketed.