Press & Public Affairs

Speech

Posted 9/23/2014

Remarks by MCC CEO Dana J. Hyde at the International Project Finance Association Roundtable

Reliable infrastructure drives economic growth. MCC CEO Dana J. Hyde discusses how MCC's partnerships effectively fund infrastructure in emerging economies and what MCC is doing to mold the future of infrastructure financing.

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Speech

Posted 7/15/2014

Remarks by MCC CEO Dana J. Hyde

MCC CEO Dana J. Hyde applauds a new chapter in U.S.-Georgia relations with the signing of an agreement with San Diego State University that will improve the quality of education through Georgia's $140 million MCC compact.

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Video

Posted 10/17/2014

Tourism brings change to Namibian conservancy

MCC’s Tourism Project is helping improve life on the #Khoadi//Hoas conservancy in northern Namibia. Listen to the conservancy manager describe how the community is drawing outside investment to create jobs and income for its residents.

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Blog Entry

Posted 10/16/2014

Welcoming visitors and planning for college in northern Namibia

Residents of the Ehi-Rovipuka Conservancy in northern Namibia expect a new lodge will be draw tourists and become a source of jobs and income. For one resident, that means a brighter future for his children.

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Most Recent Blog Entries

About data, and why MCC is so good at it

Posted on October 14, 2014 by Catherine Marschner, MCC Data Program Manager

For MCC, transparency is a high priority. By creating a more streamlined process for producing its data, the agency’s partner country governments can plan the best use of their resources, and their people can better hold their governments accountable.

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The 2014 Aid Transparency Index: Is the donor community falling short on transparency?

Posted on October 10, 2014 by Tom Kelly, Acting Vice President for Policy and Evaluation

MCC values transparency, and we spent the last year making careful improvements to our IATI data. While the efforts of others may fall short, we will continue to help drive the broader agenda for transparency.

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Most Recent Events

Quarterly Public Town Hall Meeting

09/19/2014

MCC will hold a town hall meeting. Topics of discussion will include overview of the September Board of Directors meeting, MCC's FY 2015 Selection Criteria and Methodology Report, regional approaches and compact operations.This event is open to the public.


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Board of Directors Meeting, September 2014

09/17/2014

The Millennium Challenge Corporation's nine-member Board of Directors will hold its quarterly meeting to discuss the FY 2015 Selection Criteria and Methodology Report, regional approaches and compact operations. This event is closed to the public.


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Most Recent Newsletters

Milestones - Gender

1/01/2014

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Milestones - Energizing Africa

6/21/2013

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Most Recent Slideshows

Mongolia Compact Closeout Slideshow

This month, MCC is successfully completing compacts with Lesotho, Mongolia, Morocco, Mozambique, and Tanzania. See how Mongolia celebrated the results and accomplishments from their compact through this slideshow.

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Lesotho Compact Closeout Slideshow

From health clinics to rural water points to critical policy reforms, see how MCC’s investments in health, water and private sector development are making a difference in the lives of more than 1 million people in Lesotho.

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Most Recent Speeches

Remarks by MCC CEO Dana J. Hyde at the International Project Finance Association Roundtable

Delivered by Dana J. Hyde on 9/23/2014

Reliable infrastructure drives economic growth. MCC CEO Dana J. Hyde discusses how MCC's partnerships effectively fund infrastructure in emerging economies and what MCC is doing to mold the future of infrastructure financing.

Read the speech

Remarks by MCC CEO Dana J. Hyde at the Signing Ceremony between the Government of Georgia and San Diego State University

Delivered by Dana J. Hyde on 7/15/2014

MCC CEO Dana J. Hyde applauds a new chapter in U.S.-Georgia relations with the signing of an agreement with San Diego State University that will improve the quality of education through Georgia's $140 million MCC compact.

Read the speech


Most Recent Success Stories

10/09/2014

Success means change for Namibian conservancy

The residents of Namibia’s ≠Khoadi-//Hôas conservancy once relied on farming and livestock for their livelihoods. Now, there is a mix of revenue sources from farming, hunting and tourism—and the potential for local communities to prosper.

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6/24/2014

Early Successes in Indonesia's Fight Against Stunting

MCC is part of a broad coalition of public and private organizations committed to helping children all over the world to reach their 5th birthdays and beyond. The Indonesia Compact’s health and nutrition project is already having some success.

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Most Recent Videos

Tourism brings change to Namibian conservancy

MCC’s Tourism Project is helping improve life on the #Khoadi//Hoas conservancy in northern Namibia. Listen to the conservancy manager describe how the community is drawing outside investment to create jobs and income for its residents.

Launch in a larger player

Tourism brings change to Namibian conservancy

MCC’s Tourism Project is helping improve life on the #Khoadi//Hoas conservancy in northern Namibia by drawing tourists to the southern African nation and equipping communities with the means to profit from the travelers and create jobs at the local level—all while conserving Namibia’s precious wildlife. Listen to the conservancy manager describe how the community is drawing outside investment to create jobs and income for its residents.

Ghana Power Compact Signing Ceremony

On August 5, 2014, in a ceremony at the U.S. Department of State, MCC signed a $498.2 million compact with the Government of Ghana to transform the country’s power sector by investing in projects focused on distribution, energy efficiency and renewable energy.

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Ghana Power Compact Signing Ceremony

On August 5, 2014, in a ceremony at the U.S. Department of State, MCC signed a $498.2 million compact with the Government of Ghana to transform the country’s power sector by investing in projects focused on distribution, energy efficiency and renewable energy.


 

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