On July 8, "Ust-Izhorskiy Research & Medical Centre for Infantile and Prenatal HIV Treatments" conducted a festival in Smolny Cathedral (Saints Petersburg) for its patients among orphan children.

On July 8, "Ust-Izhorskiy Research & Medical Centre for Infantile and Prenatal HIV Treatments" conducted a festival in Smolny Cathedral (Saints Petersburg) for its patients among orphan children.
This event was held by "Bristol-Myers Squibb" company and "Mashina Vremeny" music group in the context of "Future without AIDS" project under information support of "Mikhailov & Partners. Strategic Communication Management" agency.
The children's festival with presents, music show and special pie in the form of puppet show was organized as a gift from "Mashina Vremeny" band to 26 kids from Ust-Izhorskiy Research & Medical Centre.
The children visited "Puppet master secrets" exhibition and attended "Forest fairy tale" puppet show that was specially staged by the artists of the "Stray dog" theatre.
Musicians of "Mashina Vremeny" band, Evgeny Voronin, head of Research & Medical Centre, representatives of "Bristol-Myers Squibb" company, specialists of governmental and non-commercial structures of Saints Petersburg acting in the sphere of HIV/AIDS were invited to the event as special guests.
During the press-briefing Andrey Makarevitch and Evgeny Voronin reported about their joint activities in the context of "Future without AIDS" project aimed at prevention of HIV spread in Russia and social adaptation of HIV-infected people.
Information support and coordination of "Future without AIDS" project are provided by "Mikhailov & Partners. Strategic Communication Management".

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