A Guide to Millennium Challenge Corporation Indicators and the Selection Process

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To select countries as eligible for Millennium Challenge Account Compact funding, MCC assesses the degree to which the political, social and economic conditions in a country promote broad-based sustainable economic growth. In making its determinations, MCC’s Board of Directors considers three factors: performance on the policy criteria, the opportunity to reduce ...



 



Summary

"To select countries as eligible for Millennium Challenge Account Compact funding, MCC assesses the degree to which the political, social and economic conditions in a country promote broad-based sustainable economic growth. In making its determinations, MCC’s Board of Directors considers three factors: performance on the policy criteria, the opportunity to reduce poverty and generate economic growth in the country, and the funds available to MCC. To assess policy performance, MCC uses third-party indicators to identify countries with policy environments that will allow Millennium Challenge Account funding to be effective in reducing poverty and promoting economic growth. MCC evaluates performance in three areas—Ruling Justly, Investing in People, and Encouraging Economic Freedom."


References

  1.  "MCC Indicators"