It requires a creative and flexible approach. There is no-one-size-fits-all solution.
In conflict areas, often our access is restricted or limited, so we have to work through trusted multilateral partners—for example, the Red Cross or the World Food Programme—which have access, work with local staff and are able to reach the most vulnerable as quickly as possible.
In other areas we have to look at innovation, the use of mobile payment systems and the use of cards, so that we don't undermine local economies by funding food deliveries but rather enable local clients to purchase their own food from local markets and sustain farmers from their own local economy.
There is a wide variety of tools. We work through Canadian NGO partners that have long-standing relationships with local partners. Local delivery is the most effective. It's not always possible, given the security context, but that's the goal we strive for. It's a quite a wide range of very diverse tools.