NGO Consultations

Looking to align your funding with U.S. Government foreign aid investments, or want to share your international development expertise with MCC’s experts?

As a learning institution, MCC welcomes the inclusion of knowledge of leaders in the development community. Since its creation in 2004, MCC has reserved a seat at the table for members of civil society during compact development and implementation. Continuous evaluation and self-appraisal are central to MCC’s model of partnership and country ownership.

To complement the conversations that take place in partner countries, MCC is spearheading the NGO consultation process at home. The goal is to provide a platform for input from the broader development community to inform our work, as well as highlight opportunities for our partners and potential investors to learn how they can potentially  leverage MCC’s global investments

2016 Consultations

Throughout 2016, MCC held consultations for the development of compacts in the following countries:

Compacts

  • Benin
  • Côte d’Ivoire
  • Nepal
  • Niger

2017 Consultations

The following consultations are planned for 2017:

Compacts

  • Burkina Faso
  • Mongolia
  • Sri Lanka
  • Senegal
  • Tunisia

Threshold Programs

  • Kosovo
  • Togo

2018 Consultations

The following consultation is planned for 2018:

Threshold Programs

  • Timor-Leste

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Related Country Programs

  • Togo Proposed Threshold Program

    In December 2015, the MCC Board of Directors selected Togo as eligible to develop a threshold program.

  • Nepal Compact

    The MCC Nepal Compact will increase the availability of electricity and lower transportation costs—helping to spur investments, accelerate economic growth, and reduce poverty.

  • Côte d'Ivoire Compact

    MCC transitioned Côte d’Ivoire from a threshold program to compact development in December 2015. MCC based the decision on the country’s continued political stability and scorecard improvement, passing 14 of 20 indicators in FY17 compared to five in FY13.

  • Kosovo Threshold Program

    MCC’s threshold program with the Government of Kosovo addresses two major constraints to economic growth—a lack of reliable electricity, and real and perceived weaknesses in rule of law—in one of the poorest countries in Europe.

  • Timor-Leste Proposed Threshold Program II

    In December 2016, the MCC Board of Directors selected Timor-Leste as eligible to develop a threshold program.

  • Sri Lanka Proposed Compact

    In December 2016, the MCC Board of Directors selected Sri Lanka as eligible to develop a compact.

  • Burkina Faso Proposed Compact

    In December 2016, the MCC Board of Directors selected Burkina Faso as eligible to develop a compact.

  • Mongolia Proposed Compact

    In December 2014, the MCC Board of Directors selected Mongolia as eligible to develop a compact.

  • Tunisia Proposed Compact

    In December 2016, the MCC Board of Directors selected Tunisia as eligible to develop a compact.