In the summer of 2003, architect and Chernobyl Children’s Project International volunteer Duncan Stewart was in Belarus to design two buildings for CCPI and film a documentary. He suffered a near fatal accident.

Two years later, in recovery from massive injuries, he returned to see the completed work, reconstruct his broken memory, and learn more about the impact of Chernobyl on children and families in Belarus. This video tells the shocking story of Duncan’s accident and rescue, his emotional reunion with the Belarusian doctors who saved him, and the CCPI projects that brought him to Belarus in the first place.


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