The authorizing legislation of MCC requires that MCC publish both in the Federal Register and on our website a number of reports.

  • Common Indicator Report

  • Improving Urban Piped Water Access and Supply in Lesotho

    A photograph of a young woman doing laundry in front of her home on a mountainside in Morija, Lesotho. Three large tubs full of water are set on chairs in front of her for soaking, washing, and rinsing, with a line full of drying clothes in front and mountains in the background.

    Read this Evaluation Brief to learn the results of MCC’s Lesotho urban water activities that aimed to provide a long-term, reliable water supply to Maseru and surrounding towns, while improving piped water access and reliability in urban sites across Lesotho.

  • Improving Rangeland and Livestock Management in Namibia

    A herd of cattle grazing

    Read this Evaluation Brief to learn the results of MCC’s Community-Based Rangeland and Livestock Management Sub-Activity, which aimed to reverse rangeland deterioration, improve livestock productivity, and increase incomes in Namibia’s Northern Communal Areas.

  • Improving Peri-Urban Water Access in Lusaka, Zambia

    A Jack resident transporting water from the communal kiosk

    Read this Evaluation Brief to learn the results of an MCC Innovation Grant Program project that aimed to improve water access in a peri-urban area of Lusaka, Zambia.

  • Creating a Sustainable Recycling Value Chain in Lusaka

    Manja Pamodzi waste collector.

    The Manja Pamodzi program aims to create a sustainable recycling value chain in Lusaka and improve the economic prospects for waste collectors and aggregators. Read this Evaluation Brief to learn about the results of a performance evaluation of this program.

  • Improving Water and Sanitation in Zambia

    Bridge over the Mazyopa drain

    Read this Evaluation Brief to learn the results of the MCC Zambia Compact, which funded innovative opportunities in water, sanitation, hygiene, and solid waste management.

  • Improving Water, Sanitation, and Drainage in Zambia

    Infrastructure works aimed to improve water, sanitation, and drainage services in Lusaka

    Read this Evaluation Brief to learn the results of a project from MCC’s Zambia Compact that aimed to expand access to and improve the quality of water and sanitation service provision, and upgrade drainage services in Lusaka.

  • Zambia Compact

    Overhead drone image of Zambia pond.

    Read MCC’s Star Report: Zambia Compact for a comprehensive look at MCC’s $332 million investment focused on intensive rehabilitation of Zambia’s water supply and sewage and drainage systems. The compact fundamentally transformed Zambia’s water sector.

  • 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.

  • 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.

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