United Nations: Will release a minimum of $10m, launching a "flash appeal" to raise much more money.
International Red Cross: $189,000. Relief workers distributing drinking water, clothing, food, plastic tarpaulins and hygiene kits.
Myanmar Red Cross: 5 billion kyats ($4.5m) for relief and resettlement work. Distributing insecticide-treated bed nets and water purification tablets.
Australian World Vision: $2.8m for first month of relief operations.
European Commission: $3m for fast-track humanitarian aid.
US: $3m, up from initial $250,000 immediate emergency aid.
China: $500,000 in cash; materials including tents, blankets and biscuits worth a further $500,000.
India: Two naval ships loaded with food, tents, blankets, clothing and medicines sent to Yangon.
Japan: $267,570 worth of emergency aid in tents, power generators and other supplies.
Australia: Initial $2.8m in emergency aid, with $1m going to aid agencies to help provide shelter, water purification and food.
Thailand: Transport plane loaded with food and medicine sent to Yangon.
(All figures in US$)