The Youth Are the Future For Agriculture in Africa

Africa’s future is banked on Agriculture which currently accounts for two thirds of livelihoods and food accounts for two thirds of the household budgets. Most farmers are about 55 years and life-expectancy averages between 55–60 years. We spend more than $35B in food imports to feed its growing population. This is worrying and could prove…

Technology Made in Africa Goes Global

Nigeria’s e-Wallet AgriTech being adopted in Afghanistan The eWallet technology that is running the largest financial inclusion project in Africa has become a global solution. The Ministry of Agriculture Irrigation & Livestock in Afghanistan has engaged Cellulant Nigeria to commence the process of establishing a market-based input distribution technology. The aim of this collaborative effort…

*tingg- A new kind of banking

Financial Inclusion in Nigeria is no longer a tag-line…..

There are stories that are told with words, and there are stories that are better expressed with a map, just like the story of the Neighbourhood bankers in their red uniform, and  red boxes, taking over the financial landscape for the underbanked and the unbanked people of Nigeria. 

Report Launch: More 600,000 Nigerian Farmers Financially Included in 2016 Dry Season

Cellulant recently  launched a report highlighting the impact of technology on transforming agriculture across Africa particularly with the “Nigeria: Growth Enhancement Support Scheme (GES) Dry Season, 2016.”  The report highlights key progress on food security and financial inclusion for farmers across 30 states in Nigeria. The program set out to service 500,000 farmer-households in 4…