ambia agri solutions

This is a sustainable and awareness program to relief farmer cooperatives and small holder farmers in the agricultural field. 

80% of Malagasy are farmers therefore, agriculture should be the backbone of the economy. 

At AMBIA Agri solutions, we strongly believe that when the followings are put into place, greater food security can be achieved :  

  • Use of new improved agricultural techniques up to date and considering climate change
  • Use of fertilizers
  • Use of improved certified seeds

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Extension agent in the agribusiness field

A dedicated team of Extension Agents with agricutural background are ready to implement Projects and Programs aiming to improve food security and responsibly increase quantity and quality of Malagasy produce starting with the cash crops  


Data collection and processing in the agribusiness

Data collection and survey are a crucial part of the implementation and the success for projects and programs. AMBIA facilitates Baseline study and Endline study. Do not hesitate to contact us for a tailored strategy to gather data in the agricultural field in Madagascar.


improved and facilitated access to fertilizer

Fertilizer trade at AMBIA goes hand in hand with awareness program about good pratices when it comes its use and application. Not a metric ton is sold without a dedicated agent and technician detailing to the end user how when and at what quantity the fertilizer should be used.

AMBIA is the preferred ambassador for the following IRM product (International Raw Materials Africa LTD):

The Ammonium Sulphate MADASUL produced locally by AMBATOVY

The NPK 12-24-12 produced by OCP imported from Morocco.

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Sustain Africa Project

Implementing partner for Sustain Africa project in Madagascar in the following regions : Analamanga, Bongolava, Alaotra Mangoro, Itasy.
R.I.C.E project with IRM
In response to the devastating cyclone Batsirai and Emnati in 2022, AMBIA implemented the Reach Impact C E for IRM Madagascar. 
25 markets and vegetable kits and 50 rice kits have been distributed in the Analamanga region in an emergency response to these natural disasters. Since then, the project was carried on and is reaching other regions through the Sustain Africa project.