In 2009 “IFD Kapital” render its beneficent help to Pokrovsky Hotjkovsky Stavropegial nunnery of the Russian Orthodox Church.
The first reference of the nunnery – in the “Life of Sergius of Radonezh” – is dated by the year 1308. Approximately in 1337 the parents of Sergius of Radonezh – Kirill and Maria – have ended their Earth life in this monastery. Shrine with the relics of Kirill and Maria and the icon of their gender are the main sanctities of the nunnery.
In 1554 the monastery was accredited to the Holy Trinity Sergius Lavra. The monastery became most renowned in the 19th century. Following the covenant of Sergy of Radonezh pilgrims prior to visiting the Lavra went cap in hand to Hotjkovo.
After the revolution of 1917 the monastery was closed - its new life started in 1989 when it was handed over to the Russian Orthodox Church. There is a library and a Sunday school opened at the nunnery. The boarding school – orphanage for girls and alms-house have been created as well.
The nunnery is located 10 km away from the town of Sergiev Posad.
“IFD Kapital” rendered its assistance to the Pediatric Clinical Unit named after Sechenov.
At the beginning of 2009 “IFD Kapital” rendered assistance in developing material and technical base of the Clinical unit of pediatric deceases of Moscow Medical Academy named after Sechenov[http://mma.ru/ped].
The Clinical unit, the chair of pediatric deceases and the chair of children’ dentistry represent one of the biggest pediatric complexes in the Russian Federation employing around 500 staff members.
During the year around 25000 children are getting consultative aid and taking indoor treatment in this Clinical unit. Good material base facilitates conducting complex examination of sick children; all additional departments are equipped with modern domestic and imported facilities.
In patients’ treatment modern methodology and the latest medicines have being used.
The Pediatric Clinical unit of Moscow Medical Academy named
after Sechenov is located at the following address: Moscow, Bolshaya
Pirogovskaya Street, house 19, building 1.
6, Krasnopresnenskaya naberezhnaya, 123100, Moscow
Phone (495) 411-52-00
Fax (495) 411-63-61