Features

  • MCC Acting CEO Nash Participates in Africa Business and Investment Forum

    MCC Acting CEO Jonathan Nash participated in Transform: The Africa Business and Investment Forum, hosted by the Corporate Council on Africa in partnership with the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, on January 30, 2018.

  • MCC Vice President for Compact Operations Visits Cabo Verde

    MCC DCO VP Robert Blau at the water network inauguration ceremony with Cabo Verde PM Ulisses Correia e Silva and São Domingos Mayor Clemente Garcia.

    MCC Vice President for Compact Operations visits Cabo Verde to celebrate the closeout of the country’s five-year compact.

  • Unlocking Cabo Verde’s Investment Potential

    MCC’s investments in Cabo Verde are strengthening property rights and increasing access to clean water and sanitation, helping to drive growth, fight poverty and advance prosperity in Cabo Verde.

  • Chief Operating Officer Jonathan Nash Visits Kosovo

    Chief Operating Officer Jonathan Nash visits Kosovo to launch MCC’s new $49 million Kosovo Threshold Program.

  • Regional Partnerships

    As MCC looks to further increase the impact of its investments, it is well-positioned to look beyond national borders and explore regional partnerships.

  • MCC Works to End Poverty

    Today, on International Day for the Eradication of Poverty, MCC celebrates the great progress being made to end poverty around the world.

  • MCC Invests in the Power of Youth

    Youth face unprecedented challenges—and opportunities—in today’s global economy. At MCC, we work with our country partners to give young men and women the skills they need to secure jobs in their communities and become productive contributors to their local economy.

  • MCC Celebrates Bold Women Driving Progress

    On International Women’s Day 2017, MCC celebrates bold women who are driving progress toward equality, stability and prosperity.

  • Water is Life

    Water is essential to life. And in Jordan, one of the driest, most water poor countries on Earth, MCC’s water and wastewater investments are expected to benefit more than 3 million people.

  • Turning the Sustainable Development Goals into Reality

    See how MCC’s work to transform lives and create opportunity for people around the world helps drive international efforts to achieve each of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals.