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Presented by Miquel Maldonado (Médecins Sans Frontières) at Intranätverk 2016: Stockholm, 20 October.

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Information management in msf

  1. 1. Information management in MSF Information management in MSF
  2. 2. MSF Charter • Médecins Sans Frontières is a private international association that provides assistance to populations in distress, to victims of natural or man-made disasters and to victims of armed conflict. They do so irrespective of race, religion, creed or political convictions.
  3. 3. How are we organised • The MSF Movement • MSF associations • Operational structure • Where are we working? • 256 projects in Africa • 81 projects in Asia • 44 projects in Middle East • 38 projects in Europe • 5 projects in Pacific
  4. 4. Complexity • As you can see MSF is a complex organization, also in terms of information management. • There is a huge amount of information repository. In a mapping we did last year we identified 75 different information repositories. • Standardization and coherence is a long term objective.
  5. 5. Information management: Projects Oops (Online-Offline publication system) Problem: provide/distribute relevant, updated information Context: limited connectivity in time and bandwidth, location, etc
  6. 6. OOPS: The idea - a web architecture Médecins Sans Frontières • Made with Open Source • Uses HTML5 • Extensive platform support
  7. 7. Features • Downlodable and easy to update • Mobile and flexible • Technically friendly for field users
  8. 8. Information management: Headquarters The case of the International office, the “Pamoja” project • The reasons for Pamoja • Objectives of the project: – Provide a unique repository for all International Office documents. – Provide an IO wide communication channel. – Support straightforward communication with the whole Movement – Enable the creation of virtual collaborative spaces where information can be shared in the context of operational processes. – Collaborative workspaces must have the potential to support business processes and not only be document libraries.
  9. 9. The three stages • Stage 1 – The first stage focuses on the common areas to all users. Together with the development of the new site elements there will be some training sessions for the Champions network and the rest of the users. • Stage 2 – The second stage will start after Stage 1 release. Following the Agile principles it this developments will be organized as a series of small sprints. • Stage 3 – The third stage will be similar to the second but opening the site to other users from outside the International Office.
  10. 10. • The platform development will be done in three Phases:
  11. 11. • Questions?
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Presented by Miquel Maldonado (Médecins Sans Frontières) at Intranätverk 2016: Stockholm, 20 October.

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