Daniel Yohannes: MCC model works, but reforms are needed

Daniel Yohannes discusses MCC’s business model.

The Millennium Challenge Corp.’s way of doing business has garnered praise from U.S. lawmakers and global development experts.

Is there a way to tweak it, though, to improve its impact? The outgoing CEO Daniel Yohannes, who was recently confirmed as the next ambassador to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, explains.

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