Videos

Videos are listed by date from most recent to oldest.

  • Senegal Selected for Second Compact

    In Dec. 2015, MCC’s Board of Directors selected Senegal to begin developing a five-year compact. Melissa Ho, managing director for Africa, says Senegal has made great progress on its MCC scorecard of key governance indicators.

  • 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.

  • Unlocking Productivity and Markets in Senegal

    MCC's five-year, $540 million compact with Senegal ended in September 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.

  • Investing in Irrigation in Senegal

    MCC's five-year, $540 million compact with Senegal was designed to boost economic growth and improve agricultural productivity by investing in irrigation networks.

  • Strengthening Food Security in Senegal

    MCC's five-year, $540 million compact with Senegal was designed to boost economic growth by unlocking the country’s agricultural productivity and expanding access to markets and services by investing in roads and irrigation networks.

  • Compact Signing Ceremony with Senegal

    On September 16, 2009, MCC and the Republic of Senegal signed a five-year poverty reduction compact granting $540 million for road rehabilitation and food security initiatives in some of the poorest regions of Senegal.

  • Outreach Meeting for the Senegal Compact Signing Ceremony

    Video of the outreach meeting held after the Senegal Compact signing ceremony.

  • MCC in Africa

    A brief introduction to the Millennium Challenge Corporation and its efforts to reduce poverty throughout Africa.