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Dreams: Health

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I have a dream that every woman in the world will have access to basic menstrual health management that is quality, sustainable and comfortable. So she can attend school, every day that she wants to...

for all people with special needs to furfill the dreams

My dream for our community is that our neighborhoods are not filled with liter and that our streets are cleaned. Then we will all live in a clean environment and we can breathe clean air.

To save my fellow marines, and sailors form death and illness Hoorah!!!!!

To educate women in Ghana West Africa about prenatal care, healthy habits for their babies, I want to increase women and children rights across the continent of Africa

To make a substantial contribution to a cure for cancer

My dream is to be a doctor and own my own practice for people in need [Nina]

to lead my boys into a great manhood as a single mother. To be able to continue a spirit in faith. Lead and live a healthy, positive, and loving life. One of which is both given and Received...

To end Kidney disease Brittany

That my cousin will never have to suffer another heart attack or have to have quadruple bypass surgery again and live a long healthy life. I love you Tini

My dream for our community is to have much less pollution, and trash everywhere as that waste goes into our waterways, and kills all of our precious wildlife. Gabe

My dream is to all my dreams come True. I dream to be an ambassador of peace in the whole world. Also to travel around the world and help others...

for a world where everyone is given the opportunity to be happy, safe and healthy-- and able to pursue their own dreams.

To end hiv.

For everyone who is sick and dying to be loved.

to graduate from VUU and be the best that I can be in life. I can do all things with God by my side.

To be happy, healthy and to improve daily.

that Martin Luther King's dream will be realized in it's entirity in my Lifetime so that futher generations, if not for history, wouldn’t understand what he was speaking about.

For every feee man and woman to have access to free college education and medical care [M. Price]

to reduce the amount of psychotropic drugs given to foster youth and adjudicated teens by providing an alternative to medication. Octavia