The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has announced that US$100,000 (HK$774,000) will be donated to flood victims. The UNDP said yesterday its Beijing office had begun co-ordinating international aid for 240 million residents of the flood-stricken provinces, according to the China News Service. The UNDP itself has donated US$50,000 to the Chinese Government to help the victims of the flood-stricken provinces, and the United Nations Department of Humanitarian Affairs has also donated US$50,000. The Canadian Embassy in Beijing said the Canadian International Development Agency had decided to release C$50,000 (HK$250,000) while the Canadian Red Cross had already sent C$150,000. Meanwhile, a US Air Force plane delivered a shipment of relief supplies, including tents, blankets and drinking water to Hunan province yesterday. Xinhua's Macau branch reported that by Monday night it had collected 2.25 million patacas. Robert Kuok, chairman of Kerry Holdings, yesterday donated $10 million to the Yangtze flood victims through Xinhua's Hong Kong office.