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

    Star Report

    The Star Report provides a comprehensive and accessible assessment of MCC’s investments in a given country, builds on MCC’s longstanding commitment to results and accountability, and is a go-to resource for policymakers, think-tanks, NGOs, and businesses alike. While MCC has produced Closed Compact Reports in the past, the Star Report offers a more complete narrative—from initial country selection by MCC’s Board of Directors through final project evaluation—and highlights investment objectives, partnerships, policy reforms, results, and lessons learned.

  • Georgia II Compact

    Learn the results of a $140 million compact between the Republic of Georgia and MCC. The compact improved science, technology, engineering, and math education, and included investments in general education, technical training, and advanced degree programs.

  • 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.

  • Malawi Compact

    Read MCC’s Star Report: Malawi Compact for a comprehensive look at MCC’s $351 million investment, focused on intensive policy and institutional reforms coupled with infrastructure investment, aimed at fundamentally transforming Malawi’s power sector.

  • Indonesia Compact

    Read MCC’s Star Report: Indonesia Compact for a comprehensive look at MCC’s $474 million investment in “green prosperity,” community-based health and nutrition, and the modernization of the country’s procurement system from 2013-2018.

  • Cabo Verde Compact II

    Read MCC’s Star Report: Cabo Verde II Compact for a comprehensive look at MCC’s $66.2 million investment in land rights, water, and sanitation from 2012-17. This compact combined infrastructure improvements with policy reforms to benefit over 600,000 people.

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