MCC Results in El Salvador: A Multimedia Showcase of Stories from El Salvador's MCC Compact

Wednesday, October 3, 2012 from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Please join us on the occasion of the successful completion of the El Salvador Compact to view a limited-time photography and video exhibit of compact results.

With special guests

His Excellency Francisco Altschul, Ambassador of El Salvador to the United States
Mr. Daniel W. Yohannes, CEO, Millennium Challenge Corporation
Mr. Alex Segovia, President of the Board of Directors, FOMILENIO (MCA-El Salvador)
Mr. Jose Angel Quiros, CEO, FOMILENIO
Mr. Andrew Vesey, Executive Vice President and COO of Global Utilities, The AES Corporation

In November 2006, the Millennium Challenge Corporation signed a five-year, $461 million compact with the Government of El Salvador to improve the lives of Salvadorans through strategic investments in education, public services, agricultural production, rural business development, and transportation infrastructure.

The largest of the compact’s components, the transportation project, physically unified El Salvador’s Northern Zone with the rest of the country, enabling new economic opportunities for rural households, lowering transportation costs, and decreasing travel times to markets. For more information, visit


Registration for this event is closed. Walk-ins will be accepted, but please allow extra time to be processed through building security.



Atrium, Inter-American Development Bank, 1300 New York Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20577

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El Salvador Compact

MCC is fueling economic growth in El Salvador's Northern Zone through technical assistance, rehabilitation of roads, credit, and investments in people—including vocational education, better water and sanitation services and an improved energy supply.