Our Services

What We’re Offering

Agriculture Products

Profiled and Mapped over 150,000 Tomato Farmers for the Agricultural Commodities Producers Association of Nigeria (ACPAN).

Mapping and geo-tagging of farmers

Profiled and mapped over 240,000 Cotton Farmers in Textile Industry in Nigeria.

Aquaculture Development

Designed an end-to-end solution for the Tomato Production for ACPAN in 28 State of Nigeria.

Dairy Products

Mapping and geo-tagging of farms and farmers.

What we’re offering

Better Agriculture for Better Future

Ansar Technology is the team of young, passionate and energetic professionals for rending high quality professional services
With the combination of experience and young team we offer most cost-effective and high-technology services and facilities to our clients. We owing to our values we have transparent business dealings and to make comfortable and secured environment for our clients for their confidential data and information.

Our Services list

What We’re Doing

ANSAR Technology Nigeria Ltd is also one of The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Service provider in Agri-business. We have rendered the following services professionally and successfully some of which are currently ongoing:

  • Profiled and mapped over 240,000 Cotton Farmers in the ongoing Textile Industry revive programme in Nigeria.
  • Profiled and Mapped over 150,000 Tomato Farmers for the Agricultural Commodities Producers Association of Nigeria (ACPAN).
  • Designed an end-to-end solution for the Tomato Production for ACPAN in 28 State of Nigeria.
  • We partner with Keystone Bank Agric Department in input disbursement to 64,000 Cotton Farmers in the North West and South Western Nigeria.

Ansar Rice Mill as subsidiary of Ansar Technology Nig Ltd was accredited by Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to participate as Anchor in the CBN Anchor Borrowers Programme and Aggregator/off-taker to NIRSAL.

Through our Direct Innovation we planted the first mega cotton farm in Ugwu Anama, Isi Uzo local government, Enugu State.
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Agriculture Matters to the Future