Despite massive logistical challenges since the earthquake struck, the United Nations World Food Program (WFP) has delivered 2.6 million rations, the equivalent of nearly 8 million meals, to nearly 400,000 people. WFP aims to reach 100,000 people each day as the operation scales up. The agency has targeted orphanages and hospitals in recent days in order to reach the most vulnerable as a matter of priority. Security remains a major concern, particularly in and around Port au Prince and a lack of security escorts can significantly hinder food relief efforts. This is one of the most complex operations WFP has ever launched. Haiti’s entire supply chain infrastructure has been devastated, and WFP’s operation has been launched from scratch.