Videos

Videos are listed by date from most recent to oldest.

  • Kosovo Threshold Program Signing Ceremony

    Kosovo President Hashim Thaçi and MCC Acting CEO Jonathan Nash sign the $49 million Kosovo Threshold Program on Sept. 12, 2017 in Washington, D.C.

  • Learn More About MCC's Kosovo Threshold Program

    Sarah Olmstead, MCC Country Team Lead for Kosovo, introduces MCC’s Kosovo Threshold Program, which supports the Government of Kosovo’s efforts to lower energy costs and improve transparency and accountability.

  • 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.

  • MCC CEO Dana J. Hyde Visits the Mt. Coffee Hydropower Dam in Liberia

    On the third stop of the MCC Powering Africa trip, MCC CEO Dana J. Hyde visited the Mt. Coffee Hydropower Dam in Liberia.

  • MCC CEO Dana J. Hyde Visits Guma Valley Dam in Sierra Leone

    On the second stop of the MCC Powering Africa trip, MCC CEO Dana J. Hyde toured the Guma Valley Dam in Freetown, Sierra Leone.

  • MCC CEO Dana J. Hyde Visits Vedoko Substation in Benin

    On the first stop of the MCC Powering Africa trip, MCC CEO Dana J. Hyde toured the Vedoko electricity substation in Cotonou, Benin.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Powering Tanzania

    Watch a video about ESB International's work to connect electricity to Zanzibar as part of the Energy Sector Project in MCC's Tanzania Compact.