Created in 2010, QUALIS’s Child Marriage Awareness Program provides trainings in various villages to children and their families. According to United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), child marriage is defined as marriage below age 18. Both boys and girls are affected by child marriage; however, because of girls’ second-class status in India, they reap the more detrimental effects caused by this harmful practice, which is illegal under India’s Prohibition of Child Marriage Act (PCMA), 2006. QUALIS focuses on spreading awareness about child marriage because of its high prevalence in India, especially in Rajasthan. Approximately 50 percent of all brides in India are married below the age of 18. The Times of India reports that in Rajasthan, 51 percent of girls are married between the ages of 10 and 19, thus giving this state the highest rates of child marriage nationally. Girl child brides, in comparison to their non-married counterparts, are more likely to drop out of school, be exposed to sexually transmitted infections (STIs), and experience domestic and sexual violence by their husbands, in addition to various health problems such as malnutrition. QUALIS spreads awareness about child marriage’s harmful effects to Rajasthani communities through various engaging teaching tools including skits, PowerPoint presentations, and videos.