Our Responsibility

Our commitment to acting as a corporate responsible citizen is directly tied up to BPI core vision and values

Our Responsibility

At BPI, we recognize our responsibility towards the community and the environment in which we operate.  Our commitment to acting as a corporate responsible citizen is directly tied to BPI core vision and values.


Our Corporate Social Responsibility lies on three core points:  education, communitiy’s health and environmental stewardship. 


Our decision to become one of the global leaders in the pharmaceutical industry has triggered BPI's social commitment to education. The first phase of this focal core is focused  on fullfilling the emerging need for a pool of industrial pharmacy professionals in the region.


BPI has signed a number of academic agreements with prominent Lebanese universities aiming to provide students with valuable exposure to various practical areas in the pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical industry, in addition to fostering relationships with universities in order to develop mutual research and studies.


  • Lebanese University - Masters Degree in Pharmacology and Pharmaceutical Industry


  • Lebanese American Univeristy - Industrial Pharmacy Program Rotation


  • University of Balamand - Cooperation agreement in the field of Therapeutic Biotechnology


  • Beirut Arab University - Cooperation protocol in the field of the Pharmaceutical Industry


BPI believes that education is the key to unlocking a country's potential for economic growth and is therefore, one of the most important fields in which a responsible company should invest to improve its communities.


BPI is also dedicated to environmental stewardship and incessantly seeks to reduce the impact of our operations on the environment. We aim to lead BPI to a greener and more enviromentally friendly future. 


At BPI, we use our professional skills in the health sector not only to produce products that enhance human standards of life, but also to generate positive changes in the communities in which we live by providing educational health materials and support employ support for national health campaigns as well as governmental and nongovernmental health organizations.