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  • The Gambia Threshold Signing Ceremony

    Watch the ceremony to sign MCC's $25 million threshold program with The Gambia focused on the energy sector.

  • Learn More About MCC’s Nepal Compact

    MCC Deputy Country Director for Nepal Sanjay Poudyal introduces MCC’s Nepal Compact, which is designed to improve availability of electricity and increase road maintenance to advance connectivity, drive growth, and lay a strong foundation for new investments.

  • Lighting the Way Towards a Brighter Future in Nepal

    With better access to electricity, more students can study at night, hospitals can provide better care, and businesses can grow and thrive. The MCC Nepal Compact will help increase the supply and access of reliable electricity to homes and businesses.

  • MCC at 17

    On Jan. 23 MCC turned 17. We thought we'd take a minute to highlight some of the work we've accomplished with our country partners worldwide.

  • Senegal Power Compact Signing Ceremony

    MCC COO and Head of Agency Jonathan Nash and Senegalese Minister of Economy, Finance and Planning Amadou Ba sign the new five-year $550 million Senegal Power Compact on December 10, 2018 at the U.S. State Department in Washington, D.C.

  • Annie's Story

    Annie used to produce charcoal by burning trees to make a living. After learning about sustainable land practices through a Malawi Compact-funded program, she now produces and sells tree seedlings instead.

  • Malawi Compact Closeout

    In 2011, MCC signed a five-year compact with the government of Malawi to reduce poverty through economic growth by revitalizing the country’s power sector.

  • Replanting Trees One Seedling at a Time

    Members of the Tiyanjane Horticultural Club learned new skills to help the community plant trees and improve the health of Malawi's Shire River. Selling fruit trees and other plants from their roadside stand, they are investing their earnings in their families.

  • Micro-loans Give Small Businesses a Boost

    Mary used to sell charcoal to make a living and has transitioned to becoming a shop owner thanks to a loan from one of the Village Savings and Loans supported by the Malawi Compact and local organizations to help entrepreneurs establish sustainable businesses.

  • Beekeeping for Sustainability

    Emily, a Shire River area resident who also produced charcoal by cutting and burning trees, now earns an income raising bees and selling honey thanks to training and education provided by a local organization through the Malawi Compact.

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