Water for Kenya VR is an interactive 360° 3D film project for virtual reality headsets that makes climate change, sustainability and development aid a playful experience. In cooperation with the voluntary association Wasser für Kenia e.V., a series of stereoscopic 360° shots were taken in one of the driest regions of Kenya. On view are various water aid projects, a Kenyan school, a Samburu village and numerous insights into lifestyles and everyday problems under massive water shortages. The primary target group is high school students in geography classes on sustainability topics. For this purpose, a teaching concept was developed that combines the use of virtual reality with other teaching methods and turns it into an extraordinary experience for the students. The students can go to dozens of virtual places by simple gaze control, explore them independently and discover interesting information about the visible objects. In this way, an on-site experience integrates with a playful knowledge transfer concept. The application is to be made available free of charge from January 2019 and will be sent to interested geography teachers* with 10 VR headsets and all necessary teaching materials.