Our Roots

the foundation of our work and the people Guiding and driving our programs and advocacies

The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.



~ Mahatma Ghandi

Ferdinand “Ding” Fuellos

With over three decades of dynamic experience, Ding is a seasoned professional in program/project development, partnership management, and resource mobilization. He specializes in poverty alleviation and governance focusing on social enterprise development, renewable energy, agricultural resource management, and cooperative development initiatives. He excels in designing and community development programs.

His expertise extends to capacity development, training, monitoring, evaluation, learning, and accountability. He successfully led the monitoring and evaluation of various programs and projects, developed knowledge management frameworks, and formulated impactful policies. Aside from project development and management, he is also skilled in development communication.

Throughout his career, he has managed diverse portfolios, from basic social services, social enterprise, and resource management benefitting upland, lowland, and coastal communities, and has been a Development Management Consultant to various institutions, locally and internationally.

His educational background includes Psychology and Public Administration, complemented by intensive training and internships in development management.

He is enthusiastic about creating positive social impact and thrives in dynamic environments where his skills in project management, partnership development, and policy formulation contribute to meaningful change.


Philippines Address

Our local staff work remotely
from various parts of the Philippines (Benguet, Cebu).
 To contact our Philippines team, fill up this contact form.

US Address

Located at
The Posner Center
for International Development

1031 33rd Street, Ste. 174
Denver, CO 80205

Our US offices are based in Denver, Colorado, which is the land of the Cheyenne and Arapaho and 48 other Indigenous Tribes and Nations who call Colorado home. They are the original Stewards of this stolen land and it is because of their successes and continued hardships that we are able to engage in our collective work of restoring the indigenous practice of saving seeds.