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  • 2018 WiSci Camp, Days 11-13: Last Days and Closing Ceremony

    On the last few days of WiSci Georgia, campers had the opportunity to present their Mastermind projects and attended the camp’s closing ceremony where MCC Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Cynthia Huger spoke.

  • 2018 WiSci Camp, Days 6-8: Robots, Microbiology and U.S. Culture Night

    The first weekend at WiSci camp was busy for the girls and counselors. The campers attended classes with the the American Society and Intel where they learned about programming and building robots, flying drones, and microscopy.

  • 2018 WiSci Camp, Day 5: Advanced App Development with Google

    The campers attended classes with Google where they learned the building blocks of Android app development, coding, and much more. Between classes, the girls participated in mentor hours hosted by Google, Intel, the American Society for Microbiology, and MCC.

  • 2018 WiSci Camp, Day 4: Advanced App Development with Google

    On day four of WiSci Camp, campers continued their Android app development classes with Google, camp counselors sat down with Google engineers for career mentoring, and Georgian campers and counselors gave a "culture night" presentation.

  • 2018 WiSci Camp, Day 3: Building Apps

    Day three was a busy day at WiSci Camp as instructors from Google taught campers the building blocks of app development. The girls continue to learn how to position themselves as future leaders in STEAM fields from their counselors and mentors.

  • 2018 WiSci Camp Orientation Day

    WiSci campers in Tbilisi, Georgia had a great orientation day and are excited for classes with Google to begin on Tuesday.

  • DCO VP Robert Blau 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.

    On his visit to Cabo Verde for the closeout of MCC's $66 million Cabo Verde Compact, DCO VP Robert Blau visited program beneficiaries and is interviewed by a local journalist.

  • Chief Operating Officer Jonathan Nash Visits Termokos

    On his visit to Kosovo to launch MCC’s $49 million threshold program, MCC Chief Operating Officer Jonathan Nash visited Termokos, a public heating company in Pristina that will receive assistance as part of MCC’s investment in Kosovo’s energy sector.

  • Launching the Millennium Foundation Kosovo

    To kick off MCC’s $49 million Kosovo Threshold Program, local implementing partner the Millennium Foundation Kosovo held a one-day conference featuring MCC Chief Operating Officer Jonathan Nash and U.S. Congressman Eliot Engel.

  • Côte d'Ivoire Compact Signing Ceremony

    Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) Acting CEO Jonathan Nash, left, and Côte d’Ivoire Minister of Economy and Finance Adama Koné, second from left, shake hands after signing the Côte d’Ivoire compact as Côte d’Ivoire President Alassane Ouattara, right, looks on, Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2017, at the State Department in Washington. The five-year, $524.7 million compact is designed to spur economic growth and reduce poverty in Côte d’Ivoire, supporting regional stability and new business opportunities.

    On November 7, 2017, MCC and the Republic of Côte d'Ivoire signed a $524.7 million compact to promote economic growth and reduce poverty in Côte d'Ivoire.

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