UNICEF EXECUTIVE BOARD
(as of January 2006)
UNICEF is governed by a 36-member Executive Board, an intergovernmental body that establishes policies, approves programmes, and decides on administrative and financial plans and budgets. Members are elected by the United Nations Economic and Social Council for a three-year term.
OFFICERS FOR 2006
President: H.E. Mr. Andrei Dapkiunas (Belarus)
E. Mr. Iftekhar A. Chowdhury (Bangladesh)
E. Mr. Ernesto Araníbar Quiroga1 (Bolivia)
E. Mr. Javier Loayza Barea (Bolivia)
E. Mr. Roble Olhaye (Djibouti)
Mr. Dirk-Jan Nieuwenhuis (Netherlands)
MEMBERS OF THE BOARD Terms of office expiring on:
31 December 2006: Algeria, Austria, Bangladesh, Belarus, Burundi, Djibouti, El Salvador, Finland, Italy, Lebanon, Malawi, Myanmar, Senegal, Sweden
31 December 2007: Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Bolivia, China, Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Japan, Mozambique, Netherlands, Russian Federation, Ukraine
31 December 2008: Burkina Faso, Colombia, Denmark, Guatemala, Pakistan, Republic of Korea, Rwanda, Serbia, Switzerland, Turkey, United States of America
H.E. Mr. Ernesto Araníbar Quiroga resigned on 31 January 2006 and was replaced by H.E. Mr. Javier Loayza Barea.