The Millennium Challenge Account-Honduras Congratulated for Results Obtained

Tegucigalpa February 2010.- Miguel Angel Dominguez, Executive Director of the National Anticorruption Council (NAC), expressed his congratulations to the General Director of the Millennium Challenge Account-Honduras (MCA-Honduras) and his staff, for the achievements described in the Program’s Closing Report for the year 2009.

Dominguez, who since May 2009 has been acting as member of the MCA-Honduras Board of Directors stated “Since my incorporation as member of the Board of Directors of the Millennium Challenge Account-Honduras, I have noticed the efficient performance in areas such as road infrastructure, rural development and legal issues, as well as in other relevant national aspects”.

NAC’s representative encouraged MCA-Honduras staff to keep up the good performance, and expressed his best wishes for MCA-Honduras current Program and for the government on-going support.


Second to the left, Miguel Angel Dominguez, during a meeting of the MCA-Honduras Board of Directors.

The Transportation Project is designed to reduce transportation costs from the Honduran production centers to the national, regional and global markets.

The Rural Development Project is aimed at increasing and enhancing competitiveness for the owners of small and medium farms included in the Program.

The National Anticorruption Council is an institution of the Honduran Government, integrated by civil society organizations with the objective of presenting proposals, strategies and mechanisms for the prevention and fight against corruption. It is also aimed at building a transparency culture and at guaranteeing a permanent monitoring and surveillance of the Government’s superior controlling entities, in an effort to establish a corruption free Honduras


2009. Millenium Challenge Account. Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

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