The US has sent Marines and supplies out of Okinawa. They have sent aircraft that do not need runways in order to land. Germany has sent in rescue teams. UNICEF is sending a cargo plane full of shelters and food, to arrive tomorrow. Medecins Sans Frontieres is sending medicine and shelters, to arrive mid-week. Other governments have pledged dollars.
The folks involved in the aid efforts say they were not able to get much in the way of supplies and aid in place before the typhoon hit, because the storm was going to be so destructive, it'd simply destroy whatever they set up. What they were able to set up, had to be evacuated. Now, they said that although supplies and people are arriving (and have been), they face great difficulty getting to the people impacted, due to the scale of the destruction. They say they have gotten supplies to Manila, and from Manila to Cebu, but face great difficulty moving things from Cebu to other areas. There is also concern about being able to provide for the safety of the aid workers who arrive. There is what the news describes as "violent looting" occurring.