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    The education programme of SEEP-India works to ensure education for out-of-school girl children and to empower communities to collaborate effectively with the government to ensure quality education to their children.
The key objectives are:

  • To ensure access to quality education for rural and tribal children in the age group of 6 to 14,

  • To increase community demand for quality education and deepen understanding of the need thereof,

  • To empower youth with agency and confidence to be community leaders.


      SEEP-India works in areas where children face hurdles in accessing education. These areas are dominated by tribal communities, and the condition of schooling is often one of severe neglect with gender discrimination, lack of travelling facilities. In the villages, the economic situation, including the supply and demand inadequacies, reduce the likelihood of a child going to or staying in school. In many places, there is also a high incidence of children migrating either daily or seasonally for work. Hence providing a meaningful education in this context is important not only for the intrinsic value, but also because attendance in school can often prevent the child from migrating at an early age.

     Hostel for Enabling of Girls Education (HEGE) was established at Veldruthi Mandal, Guntur District. The learning camps are geared to pre-pare the children to join mainstream schools. Though Hostel for Enabling of Girls Education (HEGE) offers good Accommodation and food to children to reduce the dropouts from schools in very remote locations. SEEP-India has collaborated with  the Child Welfare Committee(CWC) and it  recognizes as Child Care Institution. Hence, in the beginning of the year the children will be enrolled in nearby government schools. After the completion of their education these children will be rehabilitated.


Girl Child Hostels in rural areas of Andhra Pradesh, like many similar initiatives across India, serve specific objectives to address the unique challenges and needs of young girls living in rural communities. These hostels aim to:

  • To Support Education

  • To Provide Safe Accommodation

  • To Reduce School Dropout Rates

  • To Promote Gender Equality

  • To Improve Health and Nutrition

  • To Cater to Underprivileged Girls

  • To Empower Girls

  • To Reduce Child Marriage

  • To Community Upliftment

  • To Foster Independence

  • To Prevent Trafficking and Exploitation

  • To Encourage Higher Education

Overall, Girl Child Hostels in rural areas of Andhra Pradesh are essential for breaking the cycle of gender inequality, poverty, and limited opportunities. They provide a platform for girls to dream, learn, and aspire to a brighter future, ultimately contributing to the development of their communities and the state as a whole.

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