Expo 2023 Doha Organizes Over 1500 Events

Expo 2023 Doha Organizes Over 1500 Events

The International Horticultural Expo 2023 Doha Qatar has organised over 1500 events and over 250 workshops since its inauguration until now.

According to a statement issued by the expo’s organising committee, the activities included various events and daily exhibitions that discussed topics such as green technology, sustainability strategy, best practices in horticulture, and sustainable agriculture.

The expo offered opportunities for all visitors, regardless of their backgrounds, nationalities, or ages, to explore rich content that spurred them to think about their role in a more sustainable future for the planet.

The number of expo visitors reached over a million, which is a testament to the global attractiveness the Expo 2023 Doha has garnered, along with Qatar’s growing position as a global hub to exchange cultures and innovation. The statement reads that the expo is a prominent destination in Qatar to capitalise on environmental, cultural, and recreational events.

The International Horticultural Expo 2023 Doha Qatar received a massive turnout from students of public and private schools; over 6,000 students from both genders have visited the expo since its inauguration, while the total number of school trips reached over 200, with the efforts of the programme team and educational sector moving forward to organise further school trips in the upcoming period to provide spurred educational experiences that contribute to upgrading students skills and expanding their knowledge.

The daily schedule of the events includes a variety of cultural, educational, and artistic activities, including sports in nature, the convergence of sand, Qatari and global games, as well as cultural workshops, as the organising committee has not been oblivious to various children’s activities that combine recreational and cultural activities.

According to the plan set by the organising committee, the theatre at the expo will host various events and shows during all days.

The events underscore Qatar’s keenness to organise a most comprehensive and unprecedented edition since its inauguration in Rotterdam, Netherlands, in 1960.

The organising committee has been keen to have a tangible presence for the Qatari identity in the expo, like the echoes it had in all significant events and forums hosted by the country throughout many years, taking into account the provision of opportunities for global participation that primarily aim to nurture this important international event. (QNA)