A group of University of Virginia students presented an in-depth report about poverty in Charlottesville to city council.
The report, called "Ways out of Poverty," outlines what the city needs to do to fix the problem of poverty. It highlights three strategies to help low-income people.
The students say bundling services that help people in poverty is crucial. Promoting jobs through social enterprise and promoting small business ownership are also part of their plan to help end poverty in Charlottesville.
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