Andoyo Supriyantono, Barahima Abbas, Rein M. R. Ruimassa, Yolanda Holle, Amestina Matualage, Nouke L. Mawikere, Alce I. Noya, Ishak Musaad, Febriza Dwiranti, Rina A. Mogea, Soetjipto Moeljono, Roni Bawole, Syafrudin Raharjo, Yuanike Kaber, Hendri, Martha Kayadoe, Paulus Boli, Gandi Y. S. Purba, Yafed Syufi
Welcome to IGKOJEI: Journal of Community Service at the Faculty of Animal Science, University of Papua. IGKOJEI is the original syllable of the large Arfak Manokwari ethnic group, which consists of two syllables, Ig means house and Kojei is feet tall. Local communities familiar with the term of â€œrumah kaki seribuâ€ (house with thousand poles). Igkojei is commonly used as a place to live and conducted traditional activities.