Adam Research Centre is a free-standing dedicated genealogy research centre which houses a number of important collections of genealogical and historical interests centralised in the Arabian Peninsula and its neighbouring regions. Over the course of its fifteen-year activity, the Center has collected hundreds of thousands of genealogical research material and historic items of local and provincial interest. These have been acquired through donations of personal, community group collections and qualitative research.
The centre collection of genealogical research and historical interests is centralised in the region of the Arabian Peninsula, Levant, Iraq and North Africa (including Mauritania and Mali). This region comprises a total population of 422 Million with expectation to reach 647 Millions by 2050.