Videos

Videos are listed by date from most recent to oldest.

  • Power of Senegal event

    The Power of Senegal event, held in Washington, DC on Feb. 15, 2018, gave private sector representatives an opportunity to learn about the Senegal Compact, provide feedback on proposed projects, and interact with representatives of the Compact Development Team.

  • Acting CEO Interview with Channel Africa Radio

    MCC Acting CEO Nash shared more about the discussion at the forum in an interview with Channel Africa Radio while in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

  • Readout from Transform: Africa Business and Investment Forum

    Acting MCC CEO Jonathan Nash provides a readout of his engagement with American and African leaders and business sector representatives at the Transform: Africa Business and Investment Forum held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, on January 30, 2018.

  • MCC Quarterly Town Hall

    Following its Dec. 19 Board of Directors meeting, MCC hosted a town hall to discuss the Timor-Leste Proposed Compact and The Gambia Proposed Threshold Program, the reselection of Lesotho for compact development, and the closeout of the Cabo Verde Compact II.

  • Land Rights in Cabo Verde Open Up Opportunities for Investment

    Through the Cabo Verde Compact, MCC has helped the people of Cabo Verde secure legal rights to their land and clarify property boundaries – making them more likely to invest in their land and maximize its economic potential to drive growth.

  • Expanding Access to Water in Cabo Verde, From the Ground Up

    Through the Cabo Verde Compact, MCC has helped the water-scarce island nation deliver clean water and sanitation services to Cabo Verdean households and businesses to drive growth and fight poverty.

  • Côte d’Ivoire Compact Signing Ceremony

    Côte d’Ivoire Minister of Economy and Finance Adama Koné and Acting MCC CEO Jonathan Nash sign a $525 million compact on Nov. 7, 2017 at the U.S. State Department in Washington, D.C.

  • A Closer Look at Results for America’s Federal Invest in What Works Index

    Results for America’s Federal Invest in What Works Index highlights the extent to which federal agencies build the infrastructure necessary to use data, evidence, and evaluation in budget, policy, and management decisions. In its 2017 Index, MCC has ranked #1.

  • MCC Quarterly Town Hall

    Following its Sept. 27 Board of Directors meeting, MCC hosted a town hall to discuss the newly approved Côte d'Ivoire Compact, the Fiscal Year 2018 Selection Criteria and Methodology Report, and the proposed Togo Threshold Program.

  • Why Does MCC Care About Democracy?

    Maïté Hostetter, Senior Policy Officer, Department of Policy and Evaluation, discusses why MCC prioritizes democracy and good governance in its evaluation of potential partner countries.