The programme “EU Anti-Corruption Initiative in Ukraine (EUACI)” 2017-2019 with total funds of EUR 16 million is implemented by Danida/Denmark using the indirect implementation modality.  A programme office has been established in Kiev, with four internationals and seven national staff, who is responsible for the day-to-day implementation.

The overall objective of the programme is to improve the implementation of anti-corruption policy in Ukraine, thereby ultimately contributing to a reduction in corruption. To contribute to this objective, the programme also focuses on combatting corruption at the local and regional level as well as on enhancing the voice of rights holders, including youth. A key element of this component is the application of the concept of ‘Integrity Cities’, which aims at showcasing how application of several mutually supportive AC interventions can limit the corruption risks and enhance accountability in a selected number of medium-sized cities. Moreover, the aim is to disseminate the success-stories throughout the country and to feed the lessons learned into programmes and reform-packages at the national level.

The aim of this assignment is to provide support to local administrations to minimize the risk of corruption and to establish sound and transparent procedures and innovative solutions, which will enhance the efficiency and integrity of city administration, as well as allowing citizens, local level civil society, and journalists to monitor the local administrations.

The objectives of the assignment are:

1) Review and assess existing functional corruption risks in 6 Ukrainian cities identified by EUACI;

2) In close cooperation with local civil society of six Ukrainian cities, media and EUACI the Consultant shall assist local administration to implement the anti-corruption toolbox which were have been developed by EUACI.

The maximum budget is DKK 1,000,000 and four full time staff are expected for 10 months in Kiev. The assignment is expected to start app. 1 December 2017.


Deadline for Proposals: 1 November 2017, at 12:00 (noon), Danish time

Contact the Programme Officer at the contact point below to receive the Request for Proposal. Applications not using the standard form may be rejected.  Proposals received after the deadline shall be rejected.


Contact point:

Name of Programme Officer: Marie Pedersen Haug
E-mail address of Programme Officer:
Telephone of Programme Officer: +45 33921657


Criteria for award of Contract: As stated in the Request for Proposal