Pavilions of African countries: Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Rwanda, Senegal, Seychelles
Theme: The Island City State
National Pavilion Day: May 29th
The pavilion will present a brand-new nation that has preserved its historical heritages and assimilated different cultures.
Theme: Better District, Better Life
National Pavilion Day: Jun. 25th
Through exhibition and various activities, Mozambique Pavilion will showcase the progress of its cities. Meanwhile, visitors will learn about the nation’s wisdom in emphasizing regional development in a bid to achieve planned goals and sustainable development.
Theme: Experiencing Living Diversity
National Pavilion Day: Aug. 26th
Namibia Pavilion sets its theme as ‘Experiencing Living Diversity’. Focusing on the three sub-themes of Exploration, Discovery and Dreams, the exhibition showcases Namibia’s traditional way of life, the reform of its urban community and the protection of its nature and wildlife. Through the exhibition, a colorful Namibia will be presented to the visitors.
Theme: Control of Urban Expansion and Promotion of Urban Development
National Pavilion Day: Aug. 3rd
The process of urbanization has been transforming the ancient country into a modern one. In Niger, cities are not only the driving force of development, but constitute an indispensable factor in the battle against poverty. Niger will display its ideas about urban development through the three parts, Urban Policy, Urban Economy and Urban Formation.
Theme: Kigali City: Heart of Rwanda’s Economic Prosperity of the Nation Reborn
National Pavilion Day: Jul. 4th
Rwanda Pavilion will exhibit its achievements in the past fifteen years. At the same time, the pavilion will highlight Kigali’s distinguished features that make it different from other African cities and its important position as the capital city.
Theme: Infrastructures Construction, Catalyst of Sustainable and Harmonious Development
National Pavilion Day: Jul. 24th
Senegal Pavilion will display the country’s relentless efforts in urban renovation and infrastructures construction which aims to protect environment and improve its economic and living standard.
Theme: Sustainable Urban Development: the Seychellois Exception
National Pavilion Day: Jun. 18th
Seychelles Pavilion comprises three exhibition areas: nature, tourism and city. Drawing inspiration and elements from the country’s natural resources and human culture, the pavilion focuses on displaying the ‘wonder’ of balance between nature and cities.