The social project in Notre Dame campus had started back in 1971 after the liberation war as a social response to the need of the poor, slum dwellers and under privileged people in the newly independent country. Up until now Notre Dame social project continues as a sign of solidarity and social justice. The social project includes literacy school in three shift, about 1500 poor students get opportunity to be educated here. There is a technical school for poor students, a sewing training center for poor women, a boys home and a medical center where poor people come from different parts of the country for medical assistance. College students contribute a good amount of money for the social project. Furthermore, college students are teaching in the night school.