Last year, MCC and partners launched TechMousso, a first-of-its-kind open gender data competition held in Côte d’Ivoire. Here are some valuable takeaways from our experience to inform future data competitions.
The TechMousso competition — launched by MCC, Data2X, the World Wide Web Foundation and local partners in Côte d’Ivoire — is a promising example of how empowering communities to use gender data can improve the welfare of and expand opportunities for women.
More than 8 million children in Indonesia suffer from stunted growth. MCC is investing $134.2 million to reduce stunting in 11 of Indonesia's 34 provinces with integrated sanitation, maternal and child health, and nutrition interventions.
As part of the MCC-Morocco Compact, a $127 million industrial land investment will use public-private partnerships to develop, manage and maintain industrial zones that meet the needs of businesses and attract private investment.
Today is World AIDS Day. MCC and the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief are working to empower and enable our country partners to use data to enhance their program results and move us closer to an AIDS-free generation.
During a recent visit to MCC, development economist Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala joined MCC CEO Dana J. Hyde to discuss challenges facing Africa, ensuring inclusive economic growth, and advice for young women when choosing a workplace.
On November 11, Veterans Day, we honor those who have served and sacrificed for our country. Members of the MCC team share their stories of military service and life at MCC, and reflect on how core military values and skills have influenced their work.