The Ukrainian chapter of the global anti-corruption network Transparency International has been working on Transparency Ranking of Ukrainian Cities, where Drohobych is currently the runner-up with the score of 80.3 points out of 100.

On 29 August 2018 at 1 p.m. Drohobych City Council will host the award ceremony where the city will receive a plaque celebrating achievement of the score over 80 points in the Transparency Ranking. At the event, representatives of TI Ukraine will explain what it means to have a high transparency score and what opportunities it provides to the city.

Over the course of project implementation the city managed to improve its transparency score by 34 points, rising from the 10th place to the 2nd. It also achieved the maximum score in three accountability areas of city authorities:

Information on the work of local authorities: from 4.7 points to 8 (maximum 10)

Access and participation: from 4.2 points to 7.5 (maximum 10)

Procurement: from 3.5 points to 7 (maximum 7)

Housing policy: from 0.5 points to 5.5 (maximum 7)

Budgeting and contracts: from 3.9 points to 7.4 (maximum 8)

Grants and allocation of funding: from 3.5 points to 8 (maximum 8)

Social services: from 1 point to 4 (maximum 4)

Human resources: 3 points, no change (maximum 5)

Professional ethics and conflict of interest: 2 points, no change (maximum 6)

Land use and construction policy: from 6.4 points to 9.4 (maximum 10)

Municipal enterprises: from 3 points to 7 (maximum 10)


Municipal property: from 6 points to 7 (maximum 8)

Education: 4.5 points, no change (maximum 7)