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Minutes of the Board Meeting of the Interim Haiti Recovery Commission (IHRC) Tuesday, 17 August 2010 Hotel Karibe,

Ptionville, Haiti Present: Annex I lists the Board members and other persons present at the meeting. Also present at the Board Meeting were certain Board Members advisors, who are not reflected in these minutes. Members of the press were present during the first part of the Board Meeting but were not present during the executive session portion of the Board Meeting. The meeting of the Board (the Board) of the Interim Haiti Recovery Commission (the IHRC) was called to order at approximately 10:20 a.m. by Prime Minister Bellerive and President Clinton, who served as Co-Chairs of the meeting. All persons participating in the meeting were able to communicate with each other. A quorum of Board Members was present. RATIFICATION OF MINUTES OF THE LAST MEETING The first order of business at the Board Meeting was the adoption of the minutes of the 17 June 2010 Board Meeting, which had been previously distributed to all Board Members. Upon a motion duly made and seconded, the Board approved and adopted the following resolution: RESOLVED, that the Board hereby approves and adopts the Minutes of the 17 June 2010 meeting of the Board as distributed to the Board. OVERVIEW OF GOVERNMENT PRIORITIES Prime Minister Bellerive gave a presentation to the Board regarding short-term and longterm priorities of the Government of Haiti. The Co-Chairs encouraged the Board Members to review the project materials in the meeting materials and to send any comments or suggestions on projects to Mr. Gabriel Verret, Executive Director of the IHRC, in advance of the next Board Meeting. APPROVAL OF PROPOSED PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS At the invitation of the Co-Chairs, Mr. Verret made a presentation regarding twenty-three (23) proposed programs and projects that were recommended for approval by the Board, including fully funded programs and projects, partially funded programs and projects and unfunded programs and projects. Fully Funded Programs and Projects Mr. Verret presented and recommended for approval the eight fully funded programs and projects described on Exhibit A. The Board discussed the proposed fully funded programs and projects presented to the Board. The Co-Chairs took note of the comments of Board Members. Upon a motion duly made and seconded, the Board approved and adopted the following resolution approving the fully funded programs and projects, as presented to the Board:

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RESOLVED, that the Board hereby approves all of the programs and projects set forth on Exhibit A that were presented to the Board at the meeting and identified as funded programs and projects, subject to implementation in accordance with IHRC guidelines. Ms. Rebeca Grynspan, representing the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), recused herself from the vote on those programs and projects described on Exhibit A with respect to which the UN has an interest. Partially Funded or Unfunded Programs and Projects not to be Submitted to the HRF Mr. Verret presented and recommended for approval the thirteen (13) partially funded or unfunded programs and projects described on Exhibit B. Mr. Verret noted that if approved, funding sources would need to be identified for each proposed program and project. The Board discussed the proposed partially funded and unfunded programs and projects presented to the Board that would not be submitted to the HRF for funding. The Co-Chairs took note of the comments of Board Members. Upon a motion duly made and seconded, the Board approved and adopted the following resolution approving the partially funded and unfunded programs and projects that would not be submitted to the HRF for funding, as presented to the Board: RESOLVED, that the Board hereby approves all of the programs and projects set forth on Exhibit B that were presented to the Board at the meeting and identified as partially funded or unfunded programs and projects that will not go to the Haiti Reconstruction Fund (HRF) for funding, subject to (i) receipt by the Executive Committee, the Board or the Executive Director or any other officer of the IHRC duly authorized or empowered by the Board or the Executive Director of a report regarding the funding for such program or project and (ii) implementation in accordance with IHRC guidelines. Ms. Grynspan recused herself from the vote on those programs and projects described on Exhibit B with respect to which the UN has an interest. Mr. Alexandre Abrantes, representing the World Bank, recused himself from the vote on those programs and projects described on Exhibit B with respect to which the World Bank has an interest. Mr. Jean-Claude Lebrun, representing Haitian labor unions, recused himself from the vote on those programs and projects described on Exhibit B with respect to which the Haitian labor unions have an interest. Partially Funded or Unfunded Programs and Projects to be Submitted to the HRF Mr. Verret presented and recommended for approval the two partially funded or unfunded programs and projects set forth on Exhibit C and recommended that such programs and projects be submitted to the HRF for funding. The Board discussed the proposed partially funded and unfunded programs and projects presented to the Board. The Co-Chairs took note of the comments of Board Members. Upon a motion duly made and seconded, the Board approved and adopted the following resolutions endorsing the partially funded and unfunded programs and projects that would be submitted to the HRF for funding, as presented to the Board: RESOLVED, that the Board hereby endorses all of the programs and projects set forth on Exhibit C that were presented to the Board at the meeting and identified as partially funded
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or unfunded programs and projects, subject to implementation in accordance with IHRC guidelines, and hereby directs the Executive Director or any officer of the IHRC duly authorized and empowered by the Board or the Executive Director to submit such programs and projects to the Haiti Reconstruction Fund (HRF) for approval; and FURTHER RESOLVED, that upon approval of such programs and projects by the HRF, such programs and projects shall be presented to the Board for full approval. Ms. Grynspan recused herself from the vote on those programs and projects described on Exhibit C with respect to which the UN has an interest. Mr. Abrantes recused himself from the vote on those programs and projects described on Exhibit C with respect to which the World Bank has an interest. Mr. Lebrun recused himself from the vote on those programs and projects described on Exhibit C with respect to which the Haitian labor unions have an interest. Programs and Projects Approved by the Executive Director and the Executive Committee Mr. Verret presented to the Board, on an informational basis and not requiring Board approval, (i) two programs and projects costing less than $1 million that were approved by the Executive Director pursuant to the Bylaws and (ii) four programs and projects costing more than $1 million but less than $10 million that were approved by the Executive Committee pursuant to the Bylaws, all of which programs and projects are described on Exhibit D. The Board discussed the programs and projects approved by the Executive Director and the Executive Committee. The Co-Chairs took note of the comments of Board Members. IHRC UPDATE At the request of the Co-Chairs, Mr. Verret gave a presentation regarding the work that has been completed by the IHRC to date. Members of the press in attendance at the Board Meeting were asked to leave, as the remainder of the meeting was an executive session of the Board. BOARD ORGANIZATION MATTERS At the request of the Co-Chairs, Mr. Gary Lissade, a Board member representing the Judicial Branch of the Government of Haiti and a member of the Bylaws Working Group, gave a presentation on the proposed Amended and Restated Bylaws on behalf of the Bylaws Working Group. Following the presentation, the Board discussed the proposed Amended and Restated Bylaws. Board Members suggested certain clarifications and revisions to the proposed Amended and Restated Bylaws. In the course of the discussion, the Co-Chairs noted that the Board can revise the Bylaws at any time and that there seemed to be a general consensus on certain modifications that would be needed later. The Co-Chairs suggested that more work could be done by the Bylaws Working Group prior to the next Board Meeting to take into consideration the comments raised by Board Members. Upon a motion duly made and seconded, the Board approved and adopted the following resolution:

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RESOLVED, that the Board hereby approves and adopts the Amended and Restated Bylaws of the Interim Haiti Recovery Commission (IHRC) as presented to the Board. The show of hands indicated that the resolution was approved by more than two-thirds (2/3) of the Voting Members of the Board. IHRC OPERATIONAL MATTERS Budget At the request of the Co-Chairs, Mr. Verret, on behalf of the Budget Working Group, gave a presentation regarding the proposed budget of the IHRC. Following the presentation, the Board discussed the proposed budget. Board Members suggested reconsideration of certain aspects of the proposed budget, including the salaries and the scope of the Performance and Anti-corruption Office (PAO). The Co-Chairs proposed that the Board approve the proposed budget, subject to the exclusion of the PAO component and to the reconsideration of the salary amounts included therein. Upon a motion duly made and seconded, the Board approved and adopted the following resolution: RESOLVED, that that the Board hereby approves and adopts the budget of the IHRC as presented to the Board, subject to (i) the exclusion of the Performance and Anti-corruption Office component and (ii) a reassessment of the salary amounts included in the budget. Performance and Anti-corruption Office At the request of the Co-Chairs, Mr. Glenn Ware of PricewaterhouseCoopers gave a presentation on the PAO. Following the presentation, the Board discussed the PAO. MISCELLANEOUS The Co-Chairs noted that the next Board meetings are expected to take place in early October and in mid-November and that the Secretariat of the IHRC will determine the dates of those meetings. There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at approximately 7:00 p.m.

Prime Minister Bellerive Co-Chair

President Clinton Co-Chair

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ANNEX I BOARD MEMBERS ATTENDING 17 AUGUST 2010 MEETING Prime Minister Bellerive President Clinton Lucien Jean Bernard Jean Rnald Clrism Suze Percy Filippini Marie George Salomon Claude Jeudy Jean-Marie Bourjolly Georges Henry FILS Gary Lissade Joseph Gontran Billy Louis Raoul Pierre-Louis Jean-Claude Lebrun Rginald Boulos Carmle Rose-Anne Auguste Joseph M.G. Bernadel Percival J. Patterson Jos Augustin Aguerre Rebeca Grynspan Alexandre Abrantes Antonio Ferreira Simoes Lut Fabert-Goossens Cheryl Mills Halvor Saetre Luis Rivas Pierre Duquesne Cristina Barrios David Moloney Shoji Otake Ricardo Seitenfus Philippe Bcoulet Co-Chair Co-Chair Senate of Haiti Executive Branch of Government of Haiti Executive Branch of Government of Haiti Executive Branch of Government of Haiti Executive Branch of Government of Haiti Executive Branch of Government of Haiti Judicial Branch of Government of Haiti Judicial Branch of Government of Haiti Haitian Local Authorities (Mayors) Haitian Local Authorities (CASECS) Haitian Labor Unions Haitian Business Community Haitian NGOs Haitian Diaspora CARICOM Inter-American Development Bank United Nations Development Programme World Bank Brazil European Union United States Norway Venezuela France Spain Canada Japan Organization of American States International NGOs

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Also attending: Gabriel Verret, Executive Director of the IHRC Also present at the invitation of the Co-Chairs were: Yves Robert Jean, Director General, GOH Ministry of Planning and External Cooperation Laura Graham, Chief Operating Officer, The William J. Clinton Foundation Ricardo Garcia, Republic of Cuba Juan Temistocles Montas, Dominican Republic Eric Braverman, Lynn Taliento & Martin Bratt, McKinsey & Company T. Clark Weymouth, Robert Pender, Elizabeth Donley & Jean Blackerby, Hogan Lovells Glenn Ware & David Jansen, PricewaterhouseCoopers

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EXHIBIT A FUNDED PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Health Strengthen the Healthcare System and Epidemiological Surveillance in Haiti Agriculture Establish necessary conditions to induce a sustainable growth of the agricultural sector Agriculture Expand Irrigation and Rural Entrepreneurship Infrastructure Rehabilitate National Road #1 between Gonaives to Ennery Infrastructure Rehabilitate National Road #1 between Ennery to Cap-Hatien Infrastructure Rehabilitate National Road #5 between Gonaves-Port-de-Paix Infrastructure Rehabilitate the road between Hinche, St-Raphael, and Cap-Hatien Infrastructure Rehabilitate the road between Petite Rivire de Nippes and Petit-Trou de Nippes

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EXHIBIT B UNFUNDED OR PARTIALLY FUNDED PROGRAMS OR PROJECTS NOT TO BE SUBMITTED TO THE HRF 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. Housing Develop old neighborhoods of Port-au-Prince, initially Martissant and Baillergeau (Program AIQIP) Education Back to school 2010 Education Expand national school feeding programs and support water and sanitary equipment in schools Health Construct a National health referral facility in Mirebalais to offer quality medical services and a training center Health Rebuild the State University Hospital of Haiti (HUEH) in Port-au-Prince Health Increase access to health services through performance-based contracting Infrastructure - Construct and rehabilitate the road between Port-au-Prince and Croix des Bouquets/Malpasse Infrastructure Construct a road between Petit-Trou de Nippes and Carrefour Charles Water/Sanitation Expand the water and sanitation network in Port-au-Prince and create additional coverage Agriculture Rehabilitation of production capacity among rural households and preparation for the hurricane season Job creation Cash for work program to rehabilitate social and economic infrastructure Energy Generate hydroelectric power: Artibonite 4C Energy Connect Haiti to the Dominican Republics electricity grid

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EXHIBIT C UNFUNDED OR PARTIALLY FUNDED PROJECTS TO BE SUBMITTED TO THE HRF 1. 2. Finance and investment Establish a Partial Credit Guarantee Fund for Enterprise Development Debris removal Remove debris in Port-au-Prince to facilitate the return home of those affected in the area

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EXHIBIT D PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS APPROVED BY THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

1. Housing Provide mapping support for returning Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) to their homes and their neighborhoods 2. Institutional Assessment of public buildings in the 10 departments: Phase 1 PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS APPROVED BY THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 1. Housing Provide Emergency Community Assistance and Planning for Shelter and Settlement (ECAP) 2. Housing Draw interest in Haitis long-term reconstruction process and highlight best solutions for future housing 3. Energy Rehabilitate priority electricity substations in the Port-au-Prince Area 4. Health UNFPA strengthening integrated health services for girls and women affected by the earthquake

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