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Jamaica has left World Expo Dubai 2020 with an impressive showing by exceeding its visitor target and copping one of the 51 available participant awards.
The Jamaica Pavilion, which was located in the mobility district of the World Expo grounds with around 70 other pavilions, was given the bronze award for its pavilion design, which utilized shipping containers.
With a target of hosting one percent of total Expo visitors, Commissioner General of the Jamaica Pavilion, Essie Gardner, told JIS News that the target was not only met but exceeded, as Jamaica hosted more than 320,000 of the Expo’s over 24 million visitors.
World Expo 2020 Dubai officially came to a close on March 31, 2022, after six months of world-class experiences and bringing together people from all over the world to create, collaborate and innovate in shaping the future.
The Expo was hosted under the theme ‘Connecting Minds and Creating the Future’ and categorized countries and their participation into three main districts – sustainability, mobility, and opportunity.
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