Quarterly Town Hall

Friday, April 6, 2018 from 10:00 am to 11:00 am

Join MCC at our Quarterly Town Hall for a readout of the April 3, 2018 Board of Directors meeting and take part in a discussion about MCC’s work in the water, sanitation, and irrigation sector, featuring the recently closed Cabo Verde II compact and current compacts in Niger and Zambia and threshold program in Sierra Leone.

MCC speakers will include:

  • Karen Sessions, Vice President, Congressional and Public Affairs
  • Chris Dunn, Acting Chief of Staff, Office of the Chief Executive Officer
  • Omar Hopkins, Director, Water, Sanitation, Irrigation, Department of Compact Operations
  • Charlene Bayemi, Program Officer, Department of Compact Operations
  • Autumn Lynch, Program Officer, Department of Compact Operations
  • Jennifer Niedinger, Policy Officer, Department of Policy and Evaluation
  • Kate Pritchard, International Communications Specialist, Congressional and Public Affairs

Join the discussion online and send your questions in advance:

Location

MCC in Washington and Online
1099 Fourteenth Street, N.W.
Washington, DC 20005

Related Country Programs

  • Sierra Leone Threshold Program

    MCC and the Government of Sierra Leone have partnered to implement a $44.4 million threshold program to improve access to clean water and reliable electricity, and to support reforms designed to limit opportunities for corruption.

  • Zambia Compact

    The Zambia Compact invests in water supply, sanitation and drainage infrastructure with the goal of decreasing the incidence of water-related diseases, generating time savings for households and businesses, and mitigating business and residential flood losses.

  • Niger Compact

    MCC’s $437 million compact with the Government of Niger will address access to water for agriculture and livestock, trade barriers, and government regulation of business.

  • Cabo Verde Compact II

    This five-year compact with Cape Verde is intended to increase household incomes by reforming two sectors identified as current constraints to economic growth: the water and sanitation sector and the land management sector.