The United Nations is using Drupal for their End Poverty Campaign. The site is part of a network of Drupal sites that stand up against poverty. This network of sites is part of the historic promise 189 world leaders made at the United Nations Millennium Summit in 2000 when they agreed to meet the Millennium Development Goals.

The End Poverty site was built by Development Seed. They told me that the United Nations has been pushing the envelope by funding the work on some forthcoming internationalization features that will be used to replicate some of their sites in multiple languages.

Glad to see that the United Nations are good (Drupal) community players. ;)

It is great to help make a product that many people like, but it is even better when that product helps improve the world a little bit!



Anonymous (not verified):

I love to see technology used for a great cause!

chx (not verified):

My signature coming true: Drupal development: making the world better, one patch at a time.

Nassima (not verified):

How would've have thought that one day technology could help end poverty? What goes around comes around :)

Neil Anderson (not verified):

I thought Drupal was just for poorly made political sites. I stand corrected.

young (not verified):

Maybe a t-shirt is on its way:
drupal$ patch world < one/small_step.patch

Stop the globa… (not verified):

We are in the process to move our site to Drupal as well. There simply is no better suited system for a site. I just need to find replacement in Drupal for the petition script we are running, and we are good to go.

Simon (not verified):

This is one of the best designed Drupal sites around! Well done Development Seed.