We are clear that refugees and host communities must have the opportunity to engage meaningfully with the decisions that affect them. DFID works with partners to consult beneficiaries and engage directly with affected communities. This includes community outreach to Rohingya in Bangladesh, a new inter-agency mechanism to better manage refugee feedback and complaints in Uganda, and through refugees sitting on utility boards in Ethiopia to make decisions about water supply and treatment. We also pushed to ensure refugees were part of the consultations on the new Global Compact on Refugees. We welcome the “strong partnership and participatory approach” with refugees that the final Compact emphasises.