The Richard Feilden Foundation seeks to use its resources to empower communities. We aim to improve both the educational infrastructure, and the teaching and learning opportunities that are available for children and young people in Africa, that will serve as exemplar models of practice to others.
We are an offshoot of the multi-award-winning UK architecture firm Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios. We are dedicated to using our professional expertise in building productive, innovative and successful educational infrastructure to develop effective centres of primary, secondary, tertiary and vocational learning across the African continent. Find our more here.
RFF volunteers Anja and Nathan head out to Kamuli, Eastern Uganda to see the teacher’s house they’ve designed for St Mulumba Primary school during construction. Some very promising results from the ISSB screen wall details. More information to follow on our projects page.