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A Glance At Sir Dawda Kairaba Jawara International Conference Center

By Yunus S Saliu

Located in one of the most popular and accessible areas in Destination Gambia, The Smiling Coast of Africa is the Sir Dawda Kairaba Jawara International Conference Center, Bijilo, inaugurated on Saturday, 11th January 2020, and named after the Gambian first founding President, Sir Dawda Kairaba Jawara who passed on in 2019.

It is sandwiched in the beautiful scenery of Bijilo National Park and majestically overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. The landmarked building is in the heart of the Tourism Development Area, near the best hotels and 10 minutes from Banjul International Airport.

It is an ultra-modern conference center in a luxurious setting with traditional Gambian hospitality and with natural atmosphere that is not hiding for discerning guests to recognize.

Sir Dawda Kairaba Jawara International Conference Center has the latest and sophisticated technology for teleconferencing demands.

Photo Credit: KK

The International Conference Center can accommodate over 4000 guests at a time. It has ‘long-range high-resolution Polyoma cameras, giant screens, and high-speed fiber connectivity guaranteeing hitch-free distance communication. They can record and stream your events live. The facility has 200 capacity Thematic rooms, 1,013 capacity Plenary Hall, Banquet Hall A 500, Banquet Hall B 250, 4 News/Press rooms each 40 capacity, 11 Bilateral rooms of 25 and 40 capacity Cafeteria.’

The Center can host events of any size or shape, and it stands tall among the biggest of its kind in the sub-region.’


Yunus S Saliu

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