As part of the $437 million Niger Compact, MCC will invest in building the country’s statistical capacity, which will help the Government of Niger better use agricultural data to achieve and measure progress toward the Sustainable Development Goals.
MCC is home to immensely talented policy and technical experts across a variety of fields. We invite you to browse through our gallery, and we look forward to the engagement and collaboration this new tool will bring.
On his trip to Georgia in July 2016, Secretary of State John Kerry met with Kesi Katsitadze, a San Diego State University-Georgia biochemistry major and one of the beneficiaries of MCC’s $140 million Georgia Compact.
MCC announced a nearly $100 million investment toward a new model of secondary education in Morocco, included as part of MCC's Morocco Employability and Land Compact. Read a Q&A with MCC Acting VP Kyeh Kim.
June 5 is World Environment Day, and in MCC’s partner countries, environmental preservation is critical to economic growth and poverty reduction. That’s why the Natural Resource Protection indicator is part of MCC’s scorecard.
A Peace Corps Response volunteer recalls the value of Kalahi-CIDSS, the community-driven development program under MCC's $434 million Philippines Compact. The program, he writes, has empowered Filipinos to be part of positive changes in their communities.
Peace Corps Volunteer John Pabustan reflects on his year-long assignment in the Philippines, where he saw first hand the power of MCC-funded community-led development in a region devastated by Typhoon Haiyan.
The development landscape has changed fundamentally. Private actors and private finance increasingly drive development, and annual private financial flows to developing countries now amount to more than five times official aid flows.