This is the first aid-convoy to enter Daraya, Syria, since 2012.
But there was one problem: It didn't have any food.
Instead, it had lice shampoo, sand-fly nets, birth kits and powdered milk.
Daraya has been under siege by the Assad regime for years. About 4,000 people are still there, and they have little access to food.
The United Nations hasn't ruled out air drops, but those would be complicated in urban areas. Daraya is only about 5 miles from Syria's capital, Damascus. The U.N. says it also needs to get permission from the regime.
That's the same regime that has been sieging and shelling Daraya.
This video includes video from Daraya Media Center, Local Council of Daraya City, United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, World Food Programme, United Nations and Presidency of the Syrian Arab Republic. Music courtesy of APM Music.