Around £42 million is required for the World Food Programme to continue food assistance to Palestinians for the next three months, the organisation said.
They said: "To continue its food assistance programmes in Palestine, WFP requires approximately US$70 million (£42 million) for its humanitarian response in Gaza for a period of three months."
Since the beginning of the latest conflict, they added that they had provided daily emergency food rations to up to 350,000 displaced people in Gaza, while reaching more than 120,000 people with emergency vouchers.
As a convoy carrying food for 150,000 people entered Gaza for the first time since 2007 today.
A number of immediate steps have been agreed, while more complex issues will be addressed in further talks set to begin within a month.
After the success of the Ice Bucket Challenge, the people of Gaza are using rubble and dirt instead of cold water to highlight their plight.