WFP's Response in Gaza
Two truckloads of wheat flour are unloaded at the Garara WFP distribution centre and warehouse.
Warehouses are currently storing about 3,900 metric tons of WFP food commodities.
As a result of the situation in Gaza, WFP has added 100,000 people to its list of beneficiaries.
"Bakeries do not have sufficient wheat flour and the price of bread in many areas has doubled since the conflict began," according to WFP Regional Director Daly Belgasmi.
Since the cease-fire, some humanitarian supplies have been allowed into Gaza, but basic necessities are still in short supply.
International agencies are assessing the scale of the destruction in preparation for a drive for reconstruction pledges.
WFP Middle East Regional Director Daly Belgasmi was in Gaza just before the war began. He says the situation was dire then, but it is worse now.
When bakeries in Gaza had no flour to make bread, WFP delivered it, thereby ensuring that at least one basic staple was being produced.