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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Eligible Country Report

Posted 12/12/2014

Report on the Selection of Eligible Countries for Fiscal Year 2015

The Board met on December 10, 2014, to select countries that will be eligible for MCA compact assistance under section 607 of the Act (22 U.S.C. 7706) for FY 2015.

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Statement

Posted 12/12/2014

MCC Management Response to “Impact Evaluation Findings after One Year of the Productive and Business Services Activity of the Productive Development Project, El Salvador (Interim Report)”

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Most Recent Blog Entries

A bridge like no others in Senegal

Posted on December 9, 2014 by Molly Glenn, Deputy Resident Country Director, Senegal

The inauguration of the Ndioum Bridge in northern Senegal marked much more than just the opening of a new piece of infrastructure, writes MCC Deputy Resident Country Director Molly Glenn.

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The look of growth: green blades of rice

Posted on December 9, 2014 by Randy Wood, Resident Country Director, Senegal

The Ngalenka area of Senegal is being transformed from a brown, dry region to a green, thriving hub of rice production because of MCC's irrigation and water management project, writes Resident Country Director Randy Wood.

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Most Recent Events

Quarterly Public Town Hall Meeting

12/12/2014

At MCC's quarterly public town hall meeting, the discussion will include overview of the December Board of Directors meeting, threshold programs and the 2015 selection process. This event is open to the public.


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Board of Directors Meeting, December 2014

12/10/2014

The Millennium Challenge Corporation's nine-member Board of Directors will hold its quarterly meeting to discuss proposed resolutions for threshold and compact assistance, the exploration of new partnerships and the 2015 selection process.


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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

Ghana Power Compact Signing

On Aug. 5, 2014, MCC and the Government of Ghana signed a five-year, $498.2 million compact that will transform Ghana's power sector and stimulate private investment.

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U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit Slideshow

President Obama hosted leaders from across Africa for the U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit August 4-6 in Washington. During the summit, MCC held bilateral meetings with nine countries, co-hosted a business roundtable and signed a $498.2 million compact with Ghana.

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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

12/09/2014

Land and Land Rights for Landless of Senegal

MCC and Senegal are working together to address complex land tenure issues that impede economic potential and agricultural productivity. In one area, those issues stretch back generations.

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11/17/2014

Water and women in Jordan

Women are receiving business training, access to finance and job training as part of the Jordan Compact -- all with the aim of more effectively improving water quality and quantity in one of the driest countries on earth.

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Most Recent Videos

MCC at 10: A message from former Secretary of State Colin Powell

A decade ago, General Colin Powell witnessed the launch of MCC, a growth-based approach to doing development differently. By leading the unprecedented change in how we think about and deliver U.S. development assistance, MCC creates a safer, more secure world.

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MCC at 10: A message from former Secretary of State Colin Powell

General Colin Powell reflects on MCC’s creation as a new growth-based model for doing development differently that led to an unprecedented change in how we think about and deliver U.S. development assistance. He sees MCC as a reflection of America’s noble objectives and pragmatism in promoting global economic and social development that creates the world we seek. This also diminishes the despair that tyrants and terrorists often feed on to jeopardize our security and safety.

MCC at 10: A message from former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton

Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton talks about MCC as a lean and effective instrument for advancing American values. She sees MCC, once a bold experiment, as an established and integral component of U.S. foreign assistance and global engagement.

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MCC at 10: A message from former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton

Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton talks about MCC as a lean and effective instrument for advancing American values. What many once viewed as a bold experience, she says is now an established and integral component of U.S. foreign assistance and global engagement. Secretary Clinton, who served as chair of MCC’s Board of Directors, confirms her ongoing support for MCC’s successes and its model for creating lasting change around the world.


 

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