The Maasai are one of the world's largest and most famous tribes in Africa. They are polygamous, with men allowed to have up to ten wives, and women expected to marry and bear children from the age of 14. They still practice female circumcision and shave their heads and scar their faces as signs of beauty. Living with them for the next month is 33-year-old teacher and life coach Dionne Braham. She's single and lives at home with her mum in London. She hasn't had any luck with men and has given up on ever finding the right one. With no relationship and uncertain about whether she'll ever have children, she feels stuck in a rut. Living as a Maasai woman and learning from their lives, she makes a radical choice.