We are committed to supporting the rights of the Yazidi community, like other minority groups, in Iraq and Syria and assisting them to overcome the appalling suffering they faced from Daesh. We support the safe, voluntary and dignified return of displaced members of the Yazidi community to areas liberated from Daesh in Iraq and continue to engage with the Government of Iraq and the Kurdistan Regional Government on this. I discussed this with Iraqi Foreign Minister Mohamed Ali Al-Hakim on 25 June. We have also contributed £23.5 million to the UN's Funding Facility for Stabilisation to help Iraq rebuild liberated areas to enable return. In north-east Syria, DFID supports UN and other humanitarian agencies to provide life-saving aid to displaced persons, including Yazidis. This assistance includes healthcare; child protection and education; and emergency supplies such as shelter and food.