Evaluation Briefs

MCC Evaluation Briefs summarize the key results and learning from MCC’s independent evaluations in a user-friendly, 4-page packet. They distill key findings and lessons in an accessible way while also pointing to MCC’s publicly-available information about our investments. Evaluation Briefs are co-produced by the independent evaluator and MCC’s Monitoring and Evaluation division, maintaining MCC’s commitment to objective, independent reporting on program results. Each Evaluation Brief includes a program overview, key findings, evaluation questions, detailed findings, MCC learning, and evaluation methods.

  • Matching trainees’ skills to market needs in Georgia

    Flight simulator at the Georgia Aviation University.

    Read this Evaluation Brief to learn the results of a project from MCC’s Georgia II Compact that seeks to improve the alignment between the skills of Georgian vocational training graduates and the skills demanded by the labor market.

  • Local Infrastructure Investments Deliver Benefits in the Philippines

    Grade school students at Bacjao Elementary School in Balangiga benefitted from two classrooms constructed under MCC’s Kalahi-CIDSS project, which enhanced the learning experience and contributed to their cognitive growth.

    ead this Evaluation Brief to learn the results of a project from MCC’s Philippines Compact, the Kalahi-CIDSS (KC) Project, a community driven development project aimed to reduce poverty, improve participatory local governance, and empower communities.

  • Strengthening Health Services in Lesotho 

    Patients and staff are seen outside of the St. Matthews Health Center in Quthing District, Lesotho.

    Read this Evaluation Brief to learn the results of a project from MCC’s Lesotho Compact that aimed to increase access to life-extending anti-retroviral therapy and essential health services by providing a sustainable delivery platform.

  • Improving Education Infrastructure and Training in Georgia 

    Georgian students using science lab equipment

    Read this Evaluation Brief to learn the results of a school rehabilitation activity and a nationwide training activity for teachers and school directors, focused on improving the quality of secondary-level STEM education in Georgia.

  • Improving Irrigation Systems and Land Tenure Security in Senegal 

    Read this Evaluation Brief to learn the results of a project from MCC’s Senegal Compact that aims to improve agricultural productivity and the competitiveness of the agricultural sector.

  • Removing Barriers to High-Value Agriculture in Moldova

    A sprinkler system irrigating a field with water from an MCC-rehabilitated irrigation system on the Nistru River in Moldova.

    Read this Evaluation Brief to learn the results of a project from MCC’s Moldova Compact that was designed to catalyze investments in high-value agriculture products, moving away from low-value grains.

  • Improving Agriculture Through Irrigation in Burkina Faso

    Read this Evaluation Brief to learn the results of a project from MCC’s Burkina Faso Compact that aimed at expanding the productive use of land in order to increase the volume and value of agricultural production.  

  • Modernizing Vocational Education In Mongolia

    Read this Evaluation Brief to learn the results of a project from MCC’s first Compact in Mongolia  aimed at increasing employment and income among unemployed and marginally employed Mongolians through improving the quality and relevance of vocational education.

  • Harnessing Watersheds for Agricultural Support in Cabo Verde

    Sample photo of water project design

    Read this Evaluation Brief to learn the results of a project from MCC’s Cabo Verde WMAS Project that aimed to increase agricultural productivity in three watershed areas of the archipelago through three key project activities.

  • Increasing the Supply of Available Water in Jordan

    Read this Evaluation Brief to learn the results of an activity from MCC’s Jordan Compact aimed at increasing the supply of water to households and businesses through improvements in the efficiency of water delivery.

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