The CEO delivered keynote remarks at MFAN's event, The United States and the Future of Development Financing, where she spoke about how U.S. investments support developing countries in the effort to transparently raise and spend their own funds for development.
MCC CEO Dana J. Hyde joins the graduate of the UCLA Political Science department to give the commencement speech about the value of a college education and the importance of engaging in the world through organizations like MCC.
The President of the African Development Bank, Akinwumi Adesina, and MCC Deputy Chief Executive Officer Nancy Lee signed an MOU on future collaboration on the sidelines of the AfDB’s Annual Meetings in Lusaka, Zambia.
The CEO participated in a groundbreaking for the Nkhoma Substation, which marked the beginning of formal construction under MCC's compact with Malawi. The $350.7 million is designed to improve the availability, reliability, and quality of the power supply.
The CEO participated in a public groundbreaking on a water and sanitation facility that will improve the health of more than 155,000 Zambians, part of MCC’s $355 million compact to improve city drainage, water access, and sanitation.
The CEO joined Head of Government Abdelilah Benkirane to celebrate the signing of a new $450 million partnership. The Morocco Employability and Land Compact supports two Moroccan Government priorities: high-quality education and land productivity.
MCC CEO Dana J. Hyde testified March 15 before the House Committee on Foreign Affairs to discuss MCC’s $1 billion fiscal year 2017 budget proposal. Hyde testified alongside USAID Administrator Gayle Smith.
MCC Deputy Vice President Fatema Z. Sumar gave a statement before the House Foreign Affairs Committee to discuss MCC's work to reduce poverty in Jordan, and highlighting MCC's current compact with Jordan—designed to increase the supply of clean water.
MCC CEO Dana Hyde delivers a Power Talk at the second annual Powering Africa Summit―highlighting MCCs contribution to Power Africa, the important role of the private sector, and MCCs growing portfolio of power projects.