QRFCC works on creating strong community networks, increasing public awareness and promoting healthy families to protect children and secure their rights. In 2006, QRFCC expanded its outreach efforts through the Community Mobilization Unit (CMU). The Unit supports QRFCC's mission to cultivate a culture of child safety through community empowerment and participation, based on the consensus that safety, permanency and the well-being of children are more achievable when children and families are supported within their communities.
The Unit aims to enhance the level of community awareness about child safety and activate the role of local communities in preventing child abuse. This is achieved by formulating community based child safety committees in the northern, central and southern parts of the Kingdom. These community based committees include representatives from governmental and non-governmental organizations present in each community, as well as notable community members. Upon formulation and following implementation of capacity building training, each community is mobilized to assess its needs in relation to child rights and safety. Outcomes are then prioritized and consequently, an annual action plan is designed for change and development.
Since 2006, the CMU has created seven committees in the northern, central and southern areas of Jordan, which has ensured the inclusion of marginalized groups from remote areas.