Monitoring Country Progress

USAID’s Monitoring Country Progress (MCP) system is an empirical analytical system which tracks and analyzes country progress along five dimensions: (1) economic reforms; (2) governing justly and democratically; (3) macro-economic performance; (4) investing in people; and (5) peace and security.  It is used to facilitate country strategic planning including country graduation from USG foreign assistance programs. 

For services or queries, the MCP team can be contacted at MCP@usaid.gov.

A web chart depicting economic reforms in Asia
A scatter plot of Latin American and Caribbean countries plotted using economic and democratic reforms composite index scores. B


Profile chart depicting the five MCP indicies and Russia vs the Europe and Eurasia average. Russia performs below the EE average
graph depicting trends analysis of sample country using economic and democratic reforms


 

Last updated: September 04, 2013

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