Blog

  • Exit Interview with Dana J. Hyde

    During the closing days of the Obama Administration, ONE’s Ian Koski spoke with MCC’s now-former Chief Executive Officer Dana J. Hyde about her time at the agency and why working to reduce global poverty supports U.S. national interests.

  • MCC Powering Africa: Empowering People and Energizing Communities

    MCC CEO Dana J. Hyde was in West Africa to visit four partner countries where MCC is making major investments in energy infrastructure to reduce energy poverty: Benin, Sierra Leone, Liberia and Ghana.

  • Unlocking Private Finance in Frontier Markets

    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.

  • Fighting Poverty, One Policy Reform at a Time: How Good Governance Drives Growth

    In the fight against poverty, encouraging smarter policies and better governance can be just as important for growth as dollar investments. And at MCC, promoting good governance is baked into everything we do, from country selection to project implementation.

  • Celebrating Ghana's presidential inauguration

    MCC CEO Daniel W. Yohannes reflects on his visit to Ghana to attend President Mahama's inauguration as the head of the U.S. delegation.