A	  shared	  CMS	  for	  MSF	       Why,	  What	  and	  How	  
MSF	  in	  2011	  8,300,000 	  consulta?ons	  	  	  	  	  445,000	  admissions	  	  	  1,422,800	  malaria	  treatment	  	...
MSF	  in	  2011	  33,944 	            	  staff	  	  86%        	        	  locally	  hired	  staff	  	  	  8% 	        	  ex...
MSF	  Online	  -­‐	  Today	  27	  Offices	  	  30	  public	  websites	  20	  associa?ve	  websites	  Social	  media	  accoun...
MSF	  Online	  -­‐	  Today	  Shared	  content	  Shared	  technology	  Shared	  hos?ng	  and	  support	  Shared	  developme...
The	  Choice	  •    Open	  source	  •    Developing	  community	  •    Flexible	  •    Scalable	  •    Social	  Media	  in...
The	  Choice	  NO	  	  	  wild	  variety	  of	  Drupal	  pla<orms	  NO	  	  	  uniformity	  of	  sites	  
The	  Choice	  YES    	  Shared	  code	  base	  	  YES    	  Front-­‐end	  diversity	  
The	  process	  1.  Formula?on	  of	  ambi?on	  2.  First	  round	  of	  crea?ng	  buy-­‐in	  3.  Consultancy	  4.  Decisi...
Lessons	  learned	  (so	  far)	  Open	  source	  =	  NOT	  free	  No	  short-­‐cuts	  in	  consultancy	  and	  discovery	 ...
Thank	  you	         Erwin	  van	  ‘t	  Land	         	         @pomdiedom	         	         LinkedIn	         	         ...
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A shared CMS for MSF

  1. 1. A  shared  CMS  for  MSF   Why,  What  and  How  
  2. 2. MSF  in  2011  8,300,000  consulta?ons          445,000  admissions      1,422,800  malaria  treatment          130,800  cholera  treatment            126,500  measles  treatment    5,034,000  measles  vaccina?on          952,600  meningi?s  vaccina?on              73,100  surgeries            192,000  deliveries            204,800  ARV  treatment  (HIV/Aids)              31,760  TB  treatment            408,000  malnutri?on  treatment                14,900  sexual  violence  treatment          169,700  mental  health  treatment  
  3. 3. MSF  in  2011  33,944    staff    86%    locally  hired  staff      8%    expatriate  field  staff      6%    HQ  staff    899,900,000  EUR  expenditure    82%    social  mission  18%    administra?on  and  fundraising    885,500,000  EUR  income    89%    private  dona?ons      9%    public  ins?tu?onal      2%    other  
  4. 4. MSF  Online  -­‐  Today  27  Offices    30  public  websites  20  associa?ve  websites  Social  media  accounts  19  languages  
  5. 5. MSF  Online  -­‐  Today  Shared  content  Shared  technology  Shared  hos?ng  and  support  Shared  development  Shared  training  Shared  design?  Shared  naviga?on?  Shared  stats?  
  6. 6. The  Choice  •  Open  source  •  Developing  community  •  Flexible  •  Scalable  •  Social  Media  integra?on  •  Interna?onal  and  local  •  Security  focus  
  7. 7. The  Choice  NO      wild  variety  of  Drupal  pla<orms  NO      uniformity  of  sites  
  8. 8. The  Choice  YES  Shared  code  base    YES  Front-­‐end  diversity  
  9. 9. The  process  1.  Formula?on  of  ambi?on  2.  First  round  of  crea?ng  buy-­‐in  3.  Consultancy  4.  Decision  5.  Crea?ng  momentum  6.  Discovery  7.  Selec?on  of  vendors  8.  Development  9.  Tes?ng  10. Migra?on  planning  11. Migra?on  
  10. 10. Lessons  learned  (so  far)  Open  source  =  NOT  free  No  short-­‐cuts  in  consultancy  and  discovery  Risk  of  over-­‐development  Usability  Need  for  highest-­‐level  poli?cal  buy-­‐in  Need  for  strong  project  leadership  Need  for  flexibility  in-­‐house  Need  for  flexibility  at  vendors  
  11. 11. Thank  you   Erwin  van  ‘t  Land     @pomdiedom     LinkedIn     www.msf.org    

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