Three generations of Maasai wives gather on the outside of one of their dung and ash homes to pass the time. Each home is part of the circular shaped village called a Manyata. Building each marital home is the responsibility of the girl once she is married. In the Maasai Mara, like many other places throughout the world, forced early marriages of children is considered to be a part of the culture. Since the number of wives is indicative of a man's wealth, a girl as young as nine years old...
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