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What is MCC achieving?

MCC has approved over $7.4 billion in compact and threshold programs worldwide that support country-determined projects in such sectors as:

  • agriculture and irrigation,
  • transportation (roads, bridges, ports),
  • water supply and sanitation,
  • access to health,
  • finance and enterprise development,
  • anticorruption initiatives,
  • land rights and access,
  • access to education.

The aggressive implementation of compacts and threshold programs is promoting growth opportunities, opening markets, raising the standard of living, and creating a more prosperous future for some of the world’s poorest people:

  • More than 87,000 farmers have been trained and more than 12,000 hectares of land are under production.
  • More than 3,362 kilometers of roads are under design, and road construction is underway.
  • Over $29 million disbursed in agricultural loans.




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This web site was made possible through a grant given by the people of the United States to Namibia through the Millennium Challenge Corporation under the terms of a compact signed between the two countries. The information provided on this Web site is not official U.S. Government information and does not represent the views or positions of the U.S. Government or the Millennium Challenge Corporation.