Floor Target Action Plan

Floor Target Action Plan

A UK term for any public-health initiative designed to increase the minimum (“floor”) number of individuals in a population who participate in a particular healthful activity.
 
Examples
Number of individuals who exercise 30 minutes at least 3 times/week; children who eat five fruits and/or vegetables per day.
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Empowerment means "enabling people to take responsibility for themselves and helping them to make decisions about their own lives." In our house, a floor target action plan is to clear it of clutter before getting the Dyson out.
And we quote: "Floor target action plans - To assist neighbourhood Renewal Fund Local Strategic Partnerships (LSPs) to prepare plans to accelerate progress on key floor targets where the gap between their performance and national floor targets is widest.