Videos

Videos are listed by date from most recent to oldest.

  • 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.

  • MCC CEO Dana J. Hyde Reflects on her Visit to Accra, Ghana

    On the fourth and final stop of the MCC Powering Africa trip, MCC CEO Dana J. Hyde visited with small business owners in Accra, Ghana.

  • Highlights from MCC's Ghana Power Compact

    Deidra Fair James, Resident Country Director for Ghana, gives an overview of MCC's second compact with Ghana, which is focused on growing Ghana’s power sector through private sector investment so more people can have access to affordable, reliable electricity.

  • Ghana Power Compact Signing Ceremony

    On August 5, 2014, in a ceremony at the U.S. Department of State, MCC signed a $498.2 million compact with the Government of Ghana to transform the country’s power sector by investing in projects focused on distribution, energy efficiency and renewable energy.

  • A Ghanaian Working Mother's Story

    Meet Barbara Ayisa, a farmer in Affumkrom, Ghana. Barbara is one of over 16,750 farmers who have been trained in sustainable farming and business enterprise through an MCC-funded program.

  • MCC in Africa

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

  • Compact Signing Ceremony with Ghana

    On Aug. 1, 2006 in a signing ceremony at the State Department’s Benjamin Franklin room, MCC and Ghana signed a $547 million Compact, or agreement. MCC Chair Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice officiated and witnessed the signing.