GENEVA (AFP) - The international community has delivered or pledged $67m in aid after the Myanmar cyclone, the United Nations said Friday. Some $30.7m have been already sent and a further $36.1m have been pledged by nearly 40 countries, the UN's Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs said in a statement. The EU and the US have made the largest donations so far at more than three million dollars each, while Japan and Britain have pledged the largest amount at 10 million dollars each. China sent $500,000 in cash to Myanmar's military rulers, as well as one million dollars worth of relief supplies including medicine, tents, blankets and water purification kits. Meanwhile, the UN appealed for $187m to provide aid over a period of six months to the affectees, a statement said. The appeal was issued by UN humanitarian chief John Holmes during a meeting of 192 member states at the UN headquarters in New York. The UN food agency called for $10m in aid. "The five worst-affected areas - Ayeyarwady, Yangon and Bago Divisions, and Mon and Kayin states - are considered Myanmar's food bowl, producing much of the country's ... rice and fish," the FAO said in a statement, warning that "the overall food security situation in Myanmar is seriously threatened."