One week after the cyclone struck, thousands of Burmese survivors have received little aid.
In the worst-hit areas of the Delta region, survivors can be seen camped out in tents.
Whole villages were blown down and flooded out by the storm.
Buddhist temples suffered destruction too.
Charities in other Asian states, like this one in Singapore, have been keen to send relief.
This transport plane was being loaded in France with emergency supplies for Burma.
Burma is barring almost all foreign aid workers, relying on local services to help the survivors.
The outside world fears that Burma on its own cannot handle a disaster of this magnitude.