Abu Dhabi Police confirmed its interest in Emirati medical personnel qualified to enter all fields, which contribute to the advancement of the development work process, so it strengthened its technical staff by appointing the veterinary doctor Fayza Falaknaz, who loves the interest in caring for horses medically. Falcknaz specialized in equine health care after her graduation from the United Arab Emirates University, reinforcing her studies with specialization certificates from Hungary and Ireland, and thus she is considered the first veterinarian in the equestrian department in the Special Patrol Department of Abu Dhabi Police. Falconaz praised the leadership’s efforts in providing the opportunity for Emirati women and providing them with the capabilities to work to serve and elevate the nation, stressing the keenness to continue excellence and creativity and apply their scientific and knowledge experiences and experiences in the field of work in Abu Dhabi Police. She drew attention to the importance of the role of studying different specialties, such as the unique veterinary medicine specialization in the country, especially for women, which requires encouragement from family and society, social culture and awareness guidance to meet the needs of the labor market from national cadres, as veterinary medicine is one of the qualitative specialties that must be Availability for human safety and animal health.
She praised the efforts of the police leadership and its interest in providing its departments with the best national cadres in all fields, after arming them with the highest academic degrees in the most prestigious international universities to take their role and place in the process of development and modernization.
She expressed her happiness at working in a vital field, pointing out that she is a fan of caring for horses medically, as they represent a symbol of Arab authenticity and one of the legacies of the country that it cherishes in customs and traditions.
Falcknaz: The specialty of veterinary medicine for women requires encouragement from family and society.