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  • An anti-corruption project and a monitoring platform: jury selects four winners of the Open Data Services Support competition
    Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine, posted 31 December 2022 11:33

    158 participants competed for a grant to implement open data projects. The total fund is UAH 4.4 million. The jury selected four winners who would receive up to UAH 1.1 million for the implementation of their projects.

    Ukrainska Pravda

    A journalistic project, “Weekly Chart: What’s happening in the country in the words of numbers”, plans to create weekly infographics based on open data and facts about economic, political and social life of Ukraine on the platform of the Ekonomichna/Ukrainska Pravda national media holding. The project will help to highlight the problems of corruption in Ukraine. Thus, to increase the transparency of the authorities.

    Clarity Project

    An analytical platform, Open Data Watchdog, will be developed to automatically and independently monitor publication, editing and removal of data sets from the Unified State Open Data Web Portal. A change log will record the details of who, what and when deleted. Therefore, the actions of data managers will become more transparent.


    The grant will help expand the functionality of the Pravosud analytical platform and improve the monitoring system. In particular, to create additional functions – search by keywords, search for documents in accordance with current legislation, finding out whether a legal entity is involved in a court case, and search for matches involving lawyers and prosecutors.

    The system uses open data to analyze judicial practice in order to increase transparency of judicial proceedings. This reduces the possibility of corruption schemes, promotes accountability of state bodies and allows the public and journalists to evaluate their work.

    Medicines Control

    An “I’m Becoming a Mom” chatbot will help women who are planning a pregnancy or are already pregnant to learn about the possibilities of free pregnancy care and childbirth assistance in a convenient form. Patients will receive more information about their rights and the list of state-guaranteed medical services for which they should not pay extra money in the form of informal payments or forced “charitable” contributions. The chatbot will also contain recommendations on what to do when money is being extorted. The project will be implemented in partnership with the 280 Days Charity Fund.

    The goal of the Open Data Services Support competition is to increase the level of open data use by creating new and supporting existing digital tools related to anti-corruption, social benefit, improving efficiency and transparency of government, and overcoming the negative consequences of war.

    The competition is organized with the support of the USAID / UK aid TAPAS project in cooperation with the Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine. The project partner is the East Europe Foundation.