F4P

AcronymDefinition
F4PFitness for Purpose (National Health Service; UK)
F4PFootball for Peace; University of Brighton, UK; sports program for Jewish and Arab children in northern Israel
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The percentage of best cases according to for the AD and F4P models was smaller than that according to AIC, while the opposite happened to the S and ONL models.
The F4P, F3P, and ML models also displayed relative good performances.
In the T3 scheme (Table 4(b)), the AD model also had the largest number of cases having the smallest AIC values for almost all soil textures, though the F4P, S, and W models also have a large number of cases.
Death and destruction are an actuality for all of the children and more than 60 budding coaches involved in F4P's regional programme.
In the adult realm there is a starkly different attitude to the beautiful game in comparison to the remarkably serene one exhibited by the youthful participants of F4P. Although every metre of unoccupied land seems to provide a not-to-be-missed opportunity for a kick about between Palestinian boys and youths, Arabs have struggled to assimilate into organised football.
Encouragingly, such is the impact of the project, F4P has now become a key programme for the British Council in the region and the linchpin of the Israeli Sports Authority's developing community relations policy for sport.