The first nucleus of this center was the printing presses and library, which began with the launch of the Association for the Blind Charity in Riyadh In 1428.
At that time, the association worked to provide each of them with the necessary capabilities to meet the needs of the beneficiaries, as the printing presses were equipped with three machines, namely the Braille printer (Bri Loa, Index).
With regard to the library, approximately one hundred and thirty books were provided (religious, cultural, etc.) in an effort to provide the sources of knowledge needed by the beneficiary, and in 1436 H several cooperation agreements were established with several entities, namely,
(Literary Club in Riyadh area, obeikan library, Greer Library) and with this unique development, the printing presses and library have been converted into what is called the Kifif ID Center.
This has resulted in the addition of new tasks such as:
(Holding lectures, seminars and scientific competitions)
As a result of this cooperation, the number of printed books has increased to more than 160 in several fields, in addition to opening a women’s branch to meet the needs of the beneficiaries easily and easily, and currently the Center is making efforts to convert a collection of readable books into audio books.