CIVILIZING CONSUMING HERBAL DRINK (JAMU)
Entrepreneurship Development and SMEs Assistance Study Center participates in LPPM research exhibition, Tuesday, April 26, 2016 in the courtyard of LPPM UNY. The event held in a series of Dies Natalis 52 UNY also display as many as 80 stands of students, 7 stand of LPPM study centers.
Head of the Center of Entrepreneurship Development and Assistance SMEs LPPM UNY, Prof. Dr. Jaidi Nahiyah Faraz said that the movement of this herbal drink is an activity to increase the awareness of the importance of drinking herbal medicine in the context ofYogyakarta cultural preservation at once in order to fill the specialty of Yogyakarta. Center for the Study of Entrepreneurship Development and Assistance SMEs LPPM moved to support and participate in the work of the government or private sector organizations and other community groups that had already talk about herbal medicine as a new icon of the city of Yogyakarta as well as alternative treatment efforts.
Nahiyah J Faraz adds urgency to preserve herbs for traditional medicine is closely related to the level of social welfare because the industry has now become very promising. If there is political will of the Government is not impossible DIY herbal industry will move faster and at the same time lifting the micro and small businesses in the area that has not been widely touched.
On this occasion, the General Director of Research and Innovation Dr. Jumain Appe accompanied UNY Rector Prof. Dr. Rochmat Wahab, M.Pd., M.A and Chairman Dr. LPPM UNY Suyanta, M.Sc. have opportunity to visit the stands of Entrepreneurship Development and Assistance SMEs Study Center to drink jamu together. (Jne)