Blog Post Examines MCC’s 5-Year Strategic Plan To Reduce Poverty Through Economic Growth

U.S. Global Leadership Coalition: Strengthening MCC for the Future
John Glenn, policy director of the USGLC, discusses the Millennium Challenge Corporation’s (MCC) five-year strategic plan, which “highlights the ‘single mission’ that inspired its creation: reducing poverty through economic growth.” He writes that the plan “reinforces its core tenets that have garnered so much support on Capitol Hill and across administrations: selectivity based on countries’ good governance, freedom, and investment in people; partnering with countries that make policy reforms and ‘own’ the implementation of the compact; and data-driven monitoring and evaluation, alongside rigorous transparency…” (3/3).

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