Aftershock is WaterAid's first virtual reality (VR) documentary and is supported by the five-year HSBC Water Programme, which has reached more than a million people with safe water and two million with sanitation to date.
The film follows the story of Krishna, the district's only plumber, as he repairs the community's vital water system which was damaged during the 2015 earthquakes.
For the full VR experience, you’ll need a virtual reality headset, some headphones and a smartphone with the Aftershock app downloaded. To get started visit aftershock.wateraid.org and order your free headset below and search "Aftershock VR" in the App Store and Google Play.
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The story: As the Clean India campaign gets underway, with its ambitious target of a toilet for every household by 2019, WaterAid explores how something as simple as a toilet can help transform lives by following the story of one ambitious mother in Uttar Pradesh.
Radha Verma, determined to protect her daughter after she narrowly escapes a physical attack, builds one of the first toilets in Rakhi Mandi slum, home to 3,500 people. Radha’s story shows that change is possible, even in a challenging urban environment, and that ultimately everyone, everywhere needs a safe place to go to the toilet.