Aid has been delivered to Gaza by land, sea and air since the war began, but few entry points remain operational

Out of five land crossings, only two — Israeli-controlled Kerem Shalom and Western Erez — are currently open for aid trucks despite humanitarian agencies warning that land routes are the quickest and most effective way of getting aid into Gaza at scale. Meanwhile, efforts to deliver aid via a US-led pier have faced many logistical issues since becoming operational in May.