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Physical Activity and Nutrition Plan Tracker
PAN PLAN Tracker
The Hawai‘i Physical Activity and Nutrition Plan 2013-2020 (PAN Plan 2020) describes strategies to increase physical activity and healthy eating, with long-term goals of reducing overweight, obesity, and chronic disease among all Hawai‘i residents. Its purpose is to provide a framework for policy makers, public and private organizations, and community members to work together to educate, advocate for policies, and build an environment that allows our residents to embrace a physically active and nutritionally sound lifestyle.

Hawai‘i can significantly increase physical activity and improve nutrition through collaborative, coordinated efforts of organizations, governments, and individuals working together to implement this updated Physical Activity and Nutrition Plan. Over 200 stakeholders from across the state provided guidance, expertise, and input for this plan. It focuses primarily on policy, systems, and environmental changes that will transform our communities, schools, work places, and health care so the healthy choice will be the easy choice.

Vision
We envision a future for Hawai‘i in which all residents are physically active, eat healthy food, and live in healthy communities.
 
Goals
Through healthyful eating and regular physical activity, Hawai‘i residents will:
          1.  Reduce their burden of disease;
          2.  Increase years of healthy life; and
          3.  Reduce health disparities.

The PAN Plan Tracker is funded by the Healthy Hawaii Initiative with support from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.   

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Tracker for State: Hawaii
PAN Plan Indicator Current Value and PAN Plan Target Data and Trend Status
         
1. Long-Term Outcomes
Adult Fruit and Vegetable Consumption
Current: 11.4 percent
Target: 21.1 percent
Adults who Drink Non-Diet Soda or Pop at Least Once Per Day
Current: 21.5 percent
Target: 15 percent
Adults who Meet Aerobic and Strengthening Activity Guidelines
Current: 23.8 percent
Target: 26 percent
Adults who Meet Aerobic Physical Activity Guidelines
Current: 58.5 percent
Target: 64 percent
Adults who Meet Muscle Strengthening Guidelines
Current: 32.1 percent
Target: 35 percent
Adults who Participate in Physical Activity Outside of Work
Current: 81.3 percent
Target: 80.8 percent
Adults with a Healthy Body Weight
Current: 41.2 percent
Target: 44 percent
Adults with a Usual Source of Health Care
Current: 83.1 percent
Target: 83.9 percent
Infants Still Breastfeeding at 8 Weeks
Current: 78.2 percent
Target: 86.4 percent
Infants who were Breastfed at 6 Months
Current: 51.1 percent
Target: 60.6 percent
Infants who were Breastfed Exclusively Through 3 Months
Current: 42.6 percent
Target: 46.2 percent
Mothers who Ever Breastfed
Current: 95.6 percent
Target: 99 percent
Self-Reported Health Status of Good or Better
Current: 85.2 percent
Target: 86.5 percent
Teen Fruit and Vegetable Consumption
Current: 17.5 percent
Target: 19.3 percent
Teens who Drink Non-Diet Soda or Pop at Least Once Per Day
Current: 17.5 percent
Target: 15 percent
Teens who Meet Physical Activity Guidelines
Current: 21.0 percent
Target: 23.0 percent
Teens with 2 Hours or Less of Computer and Video Game Time
Current: 63.4 percent
Target: 82.6 percent
Teens with 2 Hours or Less of TV Time
Current: 68.3 percent
Target: 73.9 percent
Teens with a Healthy Body Weight
Current: 73.4 percent
Target: 76 percent
Young Teens who Meet Physical Activity Guidelines
Current: 25.0 percent
Target: 27.5 percent
Young Teens with 2 Hours or Less of Computer and Video Game Time
Current: 62.5 percent
Target: 100 percent
Young Teens with 2 Hours or Less of TV Time
Current: 60.6 percent
Target: 86.8 percent
2. Media
Statewide Media Plan that Promotes Healthy Eating and Active Living
Current: Target Not Met
3. Community Design and Access - Physical Activity
Funding for Safe Routes to School
Current: 933567 dollars
Target: 1026923 dollars
Workers Commuting by Bicycling
Current: 0.8 percent
Target: 0.9 percent
Workers Commuting by Public Transportation Map
Current: 6.3 percent
Target: 6.7 percent
Workers Commuting by Walking Map
Current: 4.7 percent
Target: 5.1 percent
4. Community Design and Access - Nutrition
Farmers Markets that Accept SNAP EBT Transactions
Current: 27.0 percent
Target: 80.0 percent
Statewide Policies that Increase Access to Healthy Food
Current: 0 policies
Target: 2 policies
5. Educational Systems
Assessment of Health and Physical Education Content and Performance in Schools
Current: Target Not Met
Certified Health and Physical Education Teachers
Current: Target Not Met
Health and Physical Education Requirements in Grades 6 to 8
Current: Target Not Met
Integrated Wellness Guidelines in Childcare License Requirements
Current: Target Not Met
National Recommendations for Health and Physical Education Classes
Current: Target Not Met
Schools with Gardens
Current: 77.1 percent
Target: 87 percent
Wellness Guidelines for Early Childhood
Current: Target Not Met
6. Health Care Systems
Births Occurring in Baby-Friendly Facilities
Current: 9.0 percent
Target: 100 percent
Infants who were Breastfed Exclusively Through 6 Months
Current: 20.7 percent
Target: 25.5 percent
Insurance Benefits for Nutritional and Physical Activity Services
Current: Target Not Met