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Ahva (Hebrew: אַחֲוָה, Aḥava, lit. Brotherhood) is a village in the northern Negev desert of southern Israel. It falls under the jurisdiction of Be'er Tuvia Regional Council and had a population of 168 in 2012.
The village was established in 1976 for civil servants of the regional council. It is adjacent to the Ahva Academic College and acts as a service center for the surrounding settlements, including Kfar Ahim, Kfar HaRif, Talmei Yehiel and Yenon.