Financial Literacy Education for TPQ Baitul Muttaqin Children, Bungus Teluk Kabung District

Edukasi Literasi Keuangan pada Anak-Anak TPQ Baitul Muttaqin Kecamatan Bungus Teluk Kabung

Authors

  • Devi Edriani Universitas Putra Indonesia YPTK Padang
  • Anatia Agusti Jurusan Akuntansi FakultasEkonomi dan Bisnis Universitas Putra Indonesia YPTK
  • Hamidah Rahim Jurusan Manajemen Fakultas Ekonomi dan Bisnis Universitas Putra Indonesia YPTK

Keywords:

Education, Literacy, Finance, Saving

Abstract

Community Service is one of the tasks in the tri dharma of higher education that must be carried out and planned by the study program and the lecturers. This activity is a means for study programs and lecturers to contribute to society through the scientific field being developed. Based on the initial communication from the Community Service team with mosque administrators who wanted special knowledge to be obtained by TPQ children outside of knowledge in formal education. Given the lack of awareness of financial literacy, we agreed to conduct financial literacy education at TPQ Baitul Muttaqin, Bungus Teluk Kabung District. This activity is expected to be able to provide TPQ students with an understanding of financial literacy, motivate students to be wise in financial management, and teach students how to manage finances properly so that habits are created that will have an impact on economic health and positive behavior in the future. This education will be carried out by providing socialization and carrying out practical activities for making piggy banks. The service method used is in the form of socialization education with the stages divided into 4 (four) stages, namely the preparation stage, the implementation stage, the program evaluation stage, and the reporting stage. The result of this educational activity is an increase in knowledge and skills that are getting better for students.

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Published

2023-06-30

How to Cite

Edriani, D., Agusti, A., & Rahim, H. (2023). Financial Literacy Education for TPQ Baitul Muttaqin Children, Bungus Teluk Kabung District: Edukasi Literasi Keuangan pada Anak-Anak TPQ Baitul Muttaqin Kecamatan Bungus Teluk Kabung . Jurnal Laporan Abdimas Rumah Ilmiah (JLARI), 4(1), 7–12. Retrieved from https://www.jlari.org/index.php/jlari/article/view/45