LUKOIL won the
Second All-Russia Contest of Healthy Lifestyle Projects, “Healthy Russia”, in
the category “Best Corporate Project”. The contest, part of a state program
designed to promote a healthy lifestyle, was held under the auspices of the RF
Ministry of Healthcare and Social Development.
LUKOIL’s presentation was a program titled “Promotion of a Healthy
Lifestyle in the Company”.
The program, underway over a number of years, comprises a set of
measures aimed at maintaining a healthy lifestyle for the employees and
residents of the Company’s regions of activity, medical assistance to the
employees and also disease prevention. It also incorporates the support of
children’s sports teams, implementation of charity programs designed to
propagate a healthy lifestyle, and the promotion of voluntary corporate
donorship as a key element of the healthy lifestyle concept.
The most ambitious effort on the part of the Company to promote
physical fitness and mass sports is the staging of International Spartakiades
for LUKOIL Group personnel. LUKOIL was one of the first Russian companies to
have brought the Spartakiade movement back to life. Five Spartakiades have
already been held, while the latest one took place in the city of Perm earlier
A top priority is to support the development of sports for children
and youth. For more than ten years now, the Company has given its support to the
Children’s Football League, one of Russia’s largest organizations in
this field. Each year, the League organizes tournaments for nearly 3,000 teams
with 55,000 football players from all over Russia.
The Company wages construction of various sports facilities,
including stadiums, swimming pools and sports grounds, in the regions of its
activity. The LUKOIL Sports Club, jointly with Russia’s leading
athletes, veterans and professional sports clubs, organizes charity events like
“Believe in Yourself!” and “Live with Sports!”. The annual events are mainly
focused on propagating a healthy lifestyle. A new category, “Sport”, has been
added to the competition of social and cultural projects, with winners getting