For half a year now, TI Ukraine has been informing parents of ways to monitor school procurement.   And now we present a special methodological handbook, which contains all the useful instructions for monitoring the work of schools in this field.

The best solution for parents to make sure that their children get everything they need is to independently monitor the actions of the authorities, especially the schools themselves and their governing bodies. This is exactly what the special project “What Your School Buys,”developed by TI Ukraine with the support of the USAID_SACCI Project, is aimed at.

The main result of our project is an online map of school tenders, which shows schools and kindergartens in 24 regional centers of Ukraine.

However, we also paid attention to parents from other cities. TI Ukraine experts have prepared a number of instructions that will help them get all the necessary information on this topic…

In particular, we instruct on:

  • rules for parental contribution procedures,
  • tips for preparing procurement information requests to the Department of Education,
  • as well as instructions on how to find your school on the DOZORRO monitoring portal.

For the convenience of parents, we have collected all these instructions in a separate handbook “How to control school procurement,” which will help you quickly find the most effective way to analyze purchases of your particular educational institution.

From this handbook, all concerned parents will be able to get a detailed list of steps not only to check the tenders of a school or kindergarten, but also influence some of these decisions.

Anyone can download the Ukrainian version of this handbook from the link below.

This project was made possible by the support of the American people through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).

 

 

For the convenience of parents, we have collected all these instructions in a separate handbook “How to control school procurement,” which will help you quickly find the most effective way to analyze purchases of your particular educational institution.