Tens of thousands of Palestinians are fleeing Israeli army strikes in Gaza, with many seeking refuge in the south. The displacement has led to overcrowding and a shortage of basic necessities, such as food, water, and medical supplies. Rent prices have also skyrocketed in the south, making it difficult for displaced families to find affordable housing. The UN has stated that access to bread is challenging due to a lack of electricity and fuel to operate the only mill in Gaza. The conflict between Hamas and Israel has resulted in the deaths of thousands of civilians and the destruction of many homes.