The CEO joined Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Todd Haskell, Liberia Vice President Joseph Boakai, and Liberia Minister of Finance and Development Planning Amara M. Konneh to celebrate the signing of a new $257 million partnership.
MCC CEO Dana J. Hyde spoke at the launch of the 2nd phase of the Water Smart Homes Activity, an initiative to raise community awareness around water maintenance and provide residents with the tools and training to make repairs.
MCC CEO Dana J. Hyde spoke at the inauguration of the As-Samra Wastewater Treatment Plant. The innovative public private partnership project will increase the plant's capacity by one-third and help provide more than 10 percent of the country’s water resources.
MCC CEO Dana J. Hyde and Peace Corps Director Carrie Hessler-Radelet co-hosted an event at George Washington University to celebrate International Day of the Girl and the U.S. Government’s Let Girls Learn effort.
MCC CEO Dana J. Hyde joins President Thomas Boni Yayi of Benin and U.S. Vice President Joe Biden for the signing of Benin's $375 million Power Compact that aims to expand access to affordable and reliable power.
MCC CEO Dana J. Hyde participated in the 2015 U.S.-sub-Saharan Africa Trade and Economic Cooperation Forum, known as the AGOA Forum. She discussed MCC’s role in Power Africa and the agency’s new Public-Private Partnership Platform.
MCC CEO Dana J. Hyde co-chaired Plenary 2 at the 2015 U.S.-sub-Saharan Africa Trade and Economic Cooperation Forum, known as the AGOA Forum. She discussed the importance of hard and soft infrastructure to promote regional integration in Africa.
MCC helped to rehabilitate the 75-mile RN2 highway in northern Senegal as part of the $540 million compact with Senegal. The highway is a key link between Senegalese cities and markets in nearby Mauritania and Mali that is helping to stimulate regional trade.