Turkish government.inform me on this email .
I'm an American Red Cross volunteer. I am not involved in the response to the response in Turkey or Syria. Our training, given long before this recent earthquake, is that the best way for most people outside the disaster area to help is to donate to high-quality charities.
For basic disaster work such as carrying materials, cooking, putting up tents, and the like the most effective way for charities to help is to pay local people to do this. That way there is money injected into the local economy and there is no additional burden on local resources (food, water, shelter).
Charities and governments outside the disaster area usually send people with special skills, for example, teams with special equipment to rescue people from collapsed buildings.