2022 Annual Report
Since its creation in 2004, MCC has transformed lives and created opportunities in its partner countries by focusing on one mission: reducing poverty through economic growth. By taking a country-led, results-driven approach to foreign assistance, MCC empowers the poor and catalyzes private investment for public good, creating a more secure world with more opportunities for economic growth at home and abroad.
Cover photo: Andrew Ladson
Section 1: Introduction
A message from Secretary of State Antony Blinken, Chair of the MCC Board of Directors, and MCC Chief Executive Officer Alice Albright.
Section 2: Driving Progress
Since its founding, MCC and its partner countries have completed 30 compacts, totaling more than $9.5 billion in total expenditures. Ghana completed its compact with MCC in FY2022.
Section 3: Leveraging Partnerships
MCC has broadened and deepened its partnerships with partner country governments, public donors, the private sector, and other U.S. Government agencies to further its impact, scale, innovation and the sustainability of its programs.
Section 4: Advancing Global Development
MCC actively engages with the private sector throughout the development and implementation of its threshold and compact programs to spur economic growth in partner countries.