Emirates News Agency – Emirates Health Services celebrates Emirates Women’s Day


DUBAI, 25th August, 2022 (WAM) – Emirates Health Services (EHS) celebrated Emirati women under the theme “Inspiring Reality, Sustainable Future” for Emirati Women’s Day 2022, highlighting the UAE’s achievements in women’s empowerment and the improved Opportunities for Emirati women emerge success.

A ceremony hosted by EHS was attended by Mubaraka Ibrahim, Acting Executive Director of Information Sector; dr Mona Al-Ayyan, Director of Saqr Hospital, winner of the Mohammed bin Rashid Award for Excellence in Government Performance, in the Prime Minister’s Medal for Best Doctor category, and Major Anoud Al Saadi, Chair of the Dubai Women’s Police Council for Community Happiness and several EHS managers, department heads and employees.

Mubaraka Ibrahim said: “I offer my sincerest congratulations to HH Sheikha Fatima bint Mubarak, Chairperson of the General Women’s Union (GWU), Chairperson of the Supreme Council for Maternity and Childhood, Supreme Chairperson of the Family Development Foundation (FDF) and “Mother”. of the Nation, which has adopted the slogan “Inspiring Reality, Sustainable Future” as the slogan for this year’s Emirati Women’s Day, as a symbol of Emirati women’s identity and as an opportunity to be proud of Emirati women’s achievements and achievements locally and globally Level.”

She added, “Emirates Health Services is full of female competencies in the women’s medical, nursing, administrative and technical departments who have achieved many accomplishments and have made a name for themselves through success and excellence in the history of this organization. They motivate us to provide more encouragement and empowerment, increase performance quality and work efficiency, and achieve pioneering sustainability by cementing their role as a cornerstone of EHS.”

Kholoud Al Obaidly, Head of Events and Strategic Communications at EHS, said Emirates Health Services is keen to celebrate Emirati Women’s Day to highlight its influential role as women have an outstanding qualitative presence in all areas. She added that it is important to support this development process and expressed her appreciation to all the women in the country at the EHS.

Five programs The celebrations included five programs, the first of which featured rhythmic drawings by painter Amal Musa, who excelled in drawing to musical rhythms.

The second program highlighted an exhibition for Emirati women inspired by Future at EHS, highlighting the efforts and achievements of inspiring Emirati women at EHS across its various facilities.

The third program, titled “Emirati Women’s Achievements Corridor,” showcases pioneering Emirati women in various fields who have made their mark in the field of medicine to honor and immortalize their achievements.

The fourth program included a “perfume stand” where participants could create their own perfume.

The fifth program, Emirati Women, Old and New, hosted Emirati artisans reviving the heritage of the UAE. They presented old Emirati trades, handicrafts, clothing and basketry.

By celebrating Emirati Women’s Day, EHS enhanced the sustainability of a future for Emirati women in line with the Fifty Principles to foresee their future in all fields and sectors and to consolidate their role and effectiveness in health work in all their hospitals and health centers.


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