WFP’s Matthew Hollingworth on Gaza: ‘Starvation means failure’ | Israeli-Palestinian conflict

The World Food Programme’s Palestine director speaks about emergency aid to the Gaza Strip, where civilians struggle to survive, trapped amid crumbling infrastructure.

The human cost of Israel’s ongoing war on Gaza is becoming increasingly clear.

For those on the ground, the reality is harsh and dire.

With shelling continuing, infrastructure all but destroyed, and food, water and other basic necessities becoming increasingly scarce, how are people coping?

Is there a way to alleviate the humanitarian crisis in Gaza?

Matthew Hollingworth, Palestine director of the World Food Programme, speaks to NDMT.

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