The United States is rallying the world’s democracies to invest in sustainable infrastructure that will have a meaningful impact on the lives of millions of people in low and middle-income countries around the world. The Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) is one the U.S. government’s greatest tools to help deliver global infrastructure investments and policy and institutional reforms. Through long-term partnerships with developing countries, MCC works ensure the sustainability and impact of the agency’s investments on local communities.
This hour long panel discussion included members from the public and private sector.
- Alice Albright, Chief Executive Officer of the Millennium Challenge Corporation
- Ambassador Constâncio Pinto, National Executive Director, Compact Development Team – Timor-Leste and former Ambassador of the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste to the United States;
- Malika Laasri, Chief Executive Officer for the Millennium Challenge Account-Morocco;
- Dye Mawindo, Chief Executive Officer and National Coordinator of the Malawi Millennium Development Trust,
- Justin Siberell, the Region President, Europe and the Middle East at Bechtel