Development of Herbal Medicine Center Through Conservation of Family Medicinal Plants (TOGA) in Ngelosari, Srimulyo, Piyungan, Bantul


Toga Park


Medicinal plants make an interesting diversity and natural wealth, and until now the condition of these plants still grows wild in forest and rural areas. This study aims to describe the development ofTOGA park so that it can become a center for herbal medicine for the communityand describeThe results of the TOGA park SWOT analysis can improve the community's economy accompanied by increasing public health. This research was conducted in Ngelosari Hamlet, Srimulyo Village, Piyungan District, Bantul Regency, DIY. The data collection method used questionnaire interviews and direct observation, then the data analysis technique used SWOT analysis. The results showed that the development of the Toga park in improving the economy and public health was carried out by providing counseling, introducing existing local potentials to the community, providing training to the community and forming small business groups. The results of the SWOT analysis explain that the people of Ngelosari Hamlet have high strengths and opportunities in developing a Toga park to improve the economy and public health by minimizing their weaknesses and being ready to face threats.

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