FRIP Outreach began with a visit to Rehri Goth, a fishing village on the outskirts of Karachi, to provide basic life-saving skills to these people who lived hours away from even the most basic of healthcare facilities, in collaboration with the Indus Hospital.
From here onward, the Outreach department has approached, or been approached by, various communities and organizations that fall outside the purview of FRIP Level 1, be it the people of Rehri Goth above or teaching at Dream Model Street School in Moach Goth, a project of the Dream Foundation Trust started by Humaira Bachal. These are just a few examples of where FRIP goes to train communities that are underdeveloped, underprivileged and have little concept and access to healthcare. The course has to be tailored to suit the target population. The audience is always unexpected, exciting and enthusiastic. These are people that can truly benefit from the information taught.