More aircrafts laden with relief materials from the international community touched down at the Yangon International Airport Sunday for the delivery to the cyclone-devastated regions of Myanmar, state radio and television reported Sunday evening.
People line up to receive water in a cyclone-hit village located near the capital Yangon May 11, 2008.
These aid supplies included that from the King of Thailand, International Committee for the Red Cross (ICRC), Greek, Japan International Cooperation Agency, Petronas of Malaysia and Pakistan.
The relief goods comprise bags of first aid kit, tent, medicine, water purifier, plastics and blanket.
International humanitarian aid has been pouring in Myanmar since Tuesday with aircrafts carrying various relief materials from different countries and organizations landing at the airport one after another for Myanmar's homeless cyclone survivors.
These international organizations and countries also include World Food Program, World Health Organization, Red Cross Society, Prince of Thailand, China, Singapore, Thailand, India, Russia, Italy, Bangladesh, Japan, Laos and Ukraine.
The items comprise mosquito net, power generator, dry potato and pork, instant noodle, high-energy biscuit, cloth, zinc sheet, hammer and nail, and candle.
A worker prepares to load relief supplies from Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) for the cyclone-devastated regions of Myanmar at Ostend Airport May 11, 2008.