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Aden - Yasmine El Tohamy - The municipality said it was looking forward to attract as many citizens as possible in many specialised professional and technical fields.
Scores of female Emirati graduates have enrolled on a training course to work in Abu Dhabi abattoirs proving that Emirati women are versatile in performing all specialised and professional tasks.
The Municipality of Abu Dhabi City said it had decided to train a number of female Emirati graduates from the UAE University (College of Veterinary Medicine), in specialised technical tasks in the field of meat examination in the municipality's slaughterhouses.
According to the municipality, Emirati women joining this field confirms the Emirati daughters' ability to perform any specialised and professional duty.
The municipality said it was looking forward to attract as many citizens as possible in many specialised professional and technical fields. "We have enrolled a number of female veterinary doctors and graduates from UAE University College of Veterinary Medicine on a training course, with the aim of integrating them into the job market. We have begun training them with technical skills in examining meat at slaughterhouses, veterinary examination procedures for animals before slaughter, and technical examination after animal slaughtering," said the municipality.
"Like all other government entities, the Abu Dhabi Municipality aims to attract competent UAE nationals in all specialised technical fields, with the aim of promoting the Emiratisation policy and to support those qualified nationals seeking for jobs."
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