Videos

Videos are grouped by year, then listed by date, descending.

  • The Future of MCC Partnerships

    On Jan. 14, 2016, CGD hosted MCC for a conversation on the strategic factors and considerations underpinning the annual decisions made by MCC’s Board of Directors on Dec. 2015 about which countries are eligible to receive the agency’s assistance.

  • Board Meeting Readout: December 2015

    MCC's Board of Directors held its quarterly meeting on Dec. 16, 2015—approving three countries as eligible for compacts and two countries as eligible for threshold programs.

  • MCC on World Toilet Day

    It's World Toilet Day, and MCC isn't taking this sitting down. Clean water and sanitation are essential to community health and poverty reduction.

  • Liberia Ceremonial Compact Signing

    Watch the video from the ceremonial signing of MCC's compact with Liberia on November 2, 2015 at the U.S. Department of State.

  • Alex Russin Jordan Compact Highlights

    Jordan Resident Country Director Alex Russin provides a brief overview of the compact, highlighting the successes of partnering with the Jordanian people and their leadership in preserving their water resources.

  • A Holistic Approach to Preserving Water Resources

    CEO Dana Hyde highlights a holistic approach to preserving critical water resources in Jordan, after seeing the projects first hand.

  • Benin Power Compact Signing Ceremony

    Benin Minister of Finance Komi Koutche and MCC CEO Dana J. Hyde sign the $375 million Benin Power Compact in the presence of Benin President Dr. Thomas Boni Yayi and U.S. Vice President Joe Biden on Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2015, in Washington.

  • Video: Quarterly Town Hall on YouTube

    Watch MCC's Quarterly Town Hall on YouTube. The discussion reviewed the September Board of Directors meeting, including the approval of compacts with Liberia and Morocco and approval of a threshold program with Sierra Leone.

  • Unlocking Productivity and Markets in Senegal

    MCC's five-year, $540 million compact with Senegal will end on September 23, 2015. The compact focused on boosting economic growth by unlocking the country’s agricultural productivity and expanding access to markets and services.

  • Renewing Key Roads, Building Bridges in Senegal

    The Millennium Challenge Corporation, as part of its five-year, $540 million compact with Senegal, financed the construction of the Ndioum Bridge.