According to Israel National News:
Israel joined the international effort to help Taiwan and the more than 1,300 people still stranded a week after Typhoon Morakot struck. In addition to U.S. aircraft and personnel organizing a massive airlift to talk people to safety, Israel sent high-speed water-transport equipment and Singapore sent $1.14 million worth of medical supplies and water purifiers.
About 60 countries, the European Union and 19 international and non-governmental organizations have contributed money to relief efforts, according to an AP report. The worst-ever typhoon to strike Taiwan, Typhoon Morakot struck on August 8 and dumped more than 120 inches of rain that unleashed floods and mudslides.