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.

  • Promoting Procurement Efficiency and Reform in Indonesia

    Posters discouraging government corruption in Indonesia.

    Read this Evaluation Brief to learn the results of MCC’s Indonesia Procurement Modernization Project that aimed to achieve significant government expenditure savings with no loss of procured goods and services.

  • Sustainable Cocoa Production in Indonesia

    Fermenting cocoa beans at the GP-funded flavor lab in Jember, East Java .

    Read this Evaluation Brief to learn the results of MCC’s Indonesia Green Prosperity Sustainable Cocoa Partnership grants that aimed to increase the sustainable farmer productivity and incomes of farmers and reduce land-based greenhouse gas emissions.

  • Increasing the supply of available water in Jordan

    Read this Evaluation Brief to learn the results of MCC’s Jordan Compact, which aimed to increase the supply of water to households and businesses through improvements in water delivery, wastewater collection, and wastewater treatment.

  • Supporting sustainable land management in Malawi

    Box ridging for soil conservation.

    Read this Evaluation Brief to learn about early findings on outputs of a project in Malawi that aimed to improve sustainable land and natural resource management in the Shire River Basin.

  • Improving land management for hydropower generation in Malawi

    Kapichira dredging equipment

    Read this Evaluation Brief to learn about early findings from a project in Malawi that aimed to reduce costly disruptions and increase the efficiency of hydropower generation by mitigating aquatic weed growth and sedimentation in the Shire River Basin.

  • Reducing Stunting in Indonesia

    Read this Evaluation Brief to learn the results of a project from MCC’s Indonesia Compact that aimed to improve the health and nutrition of pregnant women and children under age 5, with an emphasis on reducing stunting.

  • Expanding Urban Water Supply and Drainage in Mozambique

    The Urban Water Supply and Drainage and Sanitation Activities under the Mozambique Compact aimed to provide access to safer water and reduce flooding.

    Read this Evaluation Brief to learn the results of a project from MCC’s Mozambique Compact that aimed to improve access to safe, reliable water supply and reduce flooding to improve health outcomes and spur economic growth in urban areas.

  • Improving water and sanitation in Cabo Verde

    MCC’s Cabo Verde Compact II included the Water Supply, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) Project, which aimed to improve service delivery and increase households’ access to piped water and sanitation.

    Read this Evaluation Brief to learn the results of a project from MCC’s Cabo Verde Compact II that aimed to improve management of the water and sanitation sector, support utilities to operate more efficiently, and increase access to piped water and sanitation.

  • Addressing Barriers to Education in Namibia

    The Namibia Compact’s Education Project aimed to improve Namibia’s workforce by increasing the quality of educational infrastructure and improving textbook access and management.

    Read this Evaluation Brief to learn the results of the Namibia Compact’s Education Project that aimed to improve Namibia’s workforce by increasing the quality of educational infrastructure and improving textbook access and management.

  • Reducing Households' Water-Related Burdens in Jordan

    The Jordan Compact’s Water Smart Homes Activity included a public outreach campaign targeting household water use.

    Read this Evaluation Brief to learn the results of MCC’s Water Smart Homes Activity under the Jordan Compact, which aimed to decrease the cost for households in Zarqa Governorate to meet their water needs.

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