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  • 1. A  shared  CMS  for  MSF   Why,  What  and  How  
  • 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. 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. MSF  Online  -­‐  Today  27  Offices    30  public  websites  20  associa?ve  websites  Social  media  accounts  19  languages  
  • 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. The  Choice  •  Open  source  •  Developing  community  •  Flexible  •  Scalable  •  Social  Media  integra?on  •  Interna?onal  and  local  •  Security  focus  
  • 7. The  Choice  NO      wild  variety  of  Drupal  pla<orms  NO      uniformity  of  sites  
  • 8. The  Choice  YES  Shared  code  base    YES  Front-­‐end  diversity  
  • 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. 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. Thank  you   Erwin  van  ‘t  Land     @pomdiedom     LinkedIn     www.msf.org