iMMAP is an international not-for-profit organization that provides information management services to humanitarian and development organizations, enabling partners to make informed decisions that ultimately provide high-quality targeted assistance to the world’s most vulnerable populations.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (外務省, Gaimu-shō) is a cabinet-level ministry of the Japanese government responsible for the country's foreign relations.
The Ministry for Foreign Affairs (MFA) is a ministry in the Finnish Government and is responsible for preparing and implementing the government's foreign policy.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark (Danish: Udenrigsministeriet) and its overseas representations (i.e. the Danish embassies, diplomatic missions, consulates and trade offices) are in charge of the Kingdom's (The unity of the Realm: Denmark (proper), Greenland, Faroe Islands) foreign policy and relations. Among these tasks are policy towards the Arctic Council, European Union, Nordic Council, development aid, trade policy and legal affairs in relation to the outside world.
The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) is an international financial institution, established in 1944 and headquartered in Washington, D.C., United States, that is the lending arm of World Bank Group. The IBRD offers loans to middle-income developing countries. The IBRD is the first of five member institutions that compose the World Bank Group. The initial mission of the IBRD in 1944, was to finance the reconstruction of European nations devastated by World War II.
NCBA CLUSA works to build a better world and a more inclusive economy that empowers people to contribute to shared prosperity and well being for themselves and future generations. We engage, partner with and empower people everywhere to have a greater say in their futures and more equitable access to sustainable jobs and opportunities. We achieve this vision through collaborative partnerships in development, advocacy, public awareness and thought leadership.
MCC and the Government of Senegal are partnering to spur economic growth and reduce poverty by improving Senegal’s power sector, reducing costs and expanding access to electricity for citizens and businesses.
In December 2018, MCC’s Board of Directors selected Niger as eligible for concurrent compacts in order to determine if there are compacts that meet MCC’s strict investment criteria, and the country’s ability to work with MCC and a partner country.
The Namibian Compact aims to increase the competence of the Namibian workforce through knowledge and skills, as well as to increase the productivity of agricultural and nonagricultural enterprises in rural areas.
MCC sought to increase productivity, income generation and poverty reduction in the northern provinces of Mozambique by improving water and sanitation, roads, land tenure, and agriculture.
The Millennium Challenge Account-Morocco Agency (MCA-Morocco) is a public institution with legal personality and financial autonomy. Created in September 2016, the Agency is in charge of the implementation of Compact II. The MCA-Morocco Agency is administered by a Strategic Orientation Council, chaired by the Head of Government and assisted by a management committee in overseeing the implementation of Compact II.
MCC's compact with Mongolia invested in strengthening property rights, reducing non-communicable diseases and injuries, bolstering vocational education, reducing air pollution, and constructing an all-weather road to link markets.