As noted above, the government provided $132 million to complement MCC funds and ensure completion of all works. In the Mainland Trunk Roads Activity, MCA-Tanzania entered into an agreement with the international NGO, World Wide Fund for Nature, to boost the environmental protection capacity of local communities by supporting two wildlife management authorities. This activity was built on the prior success of a larger USAID grant program that supported other wildlife management authorities throughout the country. During compact development, MCC and the government coordinated with other donors to ensure that MCC’s investment complemented other funding and planning for the water and energy sectors. The compact was implemented with support from a variety of additional development partners, including Germany, France, Sweden, Japan, and the European Union, as well as multilateral institutions such as the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund and the African Development Bank.