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Approved by the Board on: 30 June 2004
The Board resolves to expand the membership of the Ethics Committee from four members to six voting members. Desiring to achieve appropriate balances between geographic representation, gender, and government and civil society participation, 3 members shall come from the voting group encompassing the donor and private sector constituencies and 3 from the recipient, NGO and Communities constituencies.
The Board resolves that the Ethics Committee shall also appoint one independent, nonvoting expert to advise the Committee.