your Talents

‘Amanaki Fo’ou couldn’t do what we do without our team of talented and passionate volunteers. From the operating room to the classroom, they’re the ones who are rolling up their sleeves to do the work that is transforming lives in indigenous communities.

Ways to Partner

Medical Volunteers

We need doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals who are trained in diabetes care.

Program Facilitators

We are always in need of local volunteers who are interested in helping bring ‘Amanaki Fo’ou to their communities.

You Tell Us!

You may have a skill that we didn’t even know we needed. Let us know your expertise and how you’d like to make a difference. 

My whole family wanted to help the Tongan people recover from the recent volcanic eruption and tsunami. This desire inspired me to create a school-wide fundraiser.

I could never have felt the confidence to do this without spiritual guidance, and the strength gained from others. I learned that I need a willing heart and love for those we serve, and God creates the path. The fundraising results were miraculous. God richly blessed the people of Tonga for our efforts.

Caroline Lotulelei, 17 Years Old

‘Amanaki Fo’ou ongoing team member

Interested in Partnering with Us?

Perhaps no one is able to see the impact on the lives of those we serve more than our volunteers. Experience the joy that comes when you see people embrace the fact that they have the power to create a diabetes-free future.

Dr. Rob Ferguson

Chair of Treatment Team

Co-founder of ‘Amanaki Fo’ou’ with wife Andrea Ferguson

Since 2013, Rob Ferguson has been working with ministries of health, medical professionals, government leaders, and hospital and clinic staff to address the management, treatment, and education on the sequelae of diabetes. Rob is a reconstructive surgeon and hospital system medical officer with Intermountain Health (based in Salt Lake City, UT). His focus includes training teams on surgical management of diabetic complications as well as working with local teams to recruit volunteer specialists to meet their goals and needs.



Rob graduated from Brigham Young University prior to obtaining his medical degree from the University of Virginia. His surgical and specialty training programs include the University of Kentucky, MD Anderson Cancer Center (Houston, TX), and Chang Gung Memorial Hospital (Taipei, Taiwan). He obtained a masters in business administration from the University of Utah.