Former President is doing well and “feels fine” after a fall at his home in Georgia on Sunday required him to get stitches on his forehead, .
Carter and wife Rosalynn still plan to participate in the for in Nashville, Tennessee, according to the center. The opening ceremony is Sunday night and the project runs through Friday.
Statement from The Carter Center on Jimmy Carter’s Health
— The Carter Center (@CarterCenter)
The Carters have been decades-long supporters of and volunteers for , which constructs or renovates homes for low income individuals in the U.S. and around the globe.
Carter last week, making him the first former president to reach that age. died last year