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Asha is the Zoroastrian concept of "truth, order".
Asha or ASHA may also refer to:
- Asha, Somali female name (Somali: Caasho)
- Asha Ahmed Abdalla, Somali politician
- Asha, Indian female name (Hindi: आशा), from the Sanskrit āśā, "wish, desire, hope, awesome, expectation, prospect, success"
- Asha Degree, an African American girl who disappeared from her North Carolina home in 2000
- Asha, Cyprus, a village in Famagusta District, Cyprus
- Asha, Russia, a town in Chelyabinsk Oblast, Russia
- Accredited Social Health Activist, an Indian national community health worker program
- American Saddlebred Horse Association, an organization promoting the American Saddlebred breed of horse
- American Schools and Hospitals Abroad, USAID program
- American School Health Association, a group promoting the health of children and youth
- American Seniors Housing Association, non-profit organization for seniors' housing related issues
- American Speech–Language–Hearing Association, a national association for audiologists, speech-language pathologists, scientists, support personnel and students in the areas of speech, language and hearing.
- American Social Health Association, non-profit organization for prevention and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases
- Asha for Education, an Indian charity organisation dedicated to foster education
- Asha, or Aasha (1957 film), a 1957 Hindi film
- Asha, or Aasha (1980 film), a 1980 Hindi film
- Aṣa, (pronounced Asha), Nigerian-French singer-songwriter
- Brimful of Asha is a 1997 song by Cornershop, dedicated to Asha Bhosle
- Asha, a main character in the TV series Outsourced
- "Asha"; a song by Pakistani singer Ali Zafar for Bollywood film Total Siyapaa
- Nokia Asha series, a series of smartphones
- Ascha, a municipality in the district of Straubing-Bogen in Bavaria, Germany
- Nokia Asha, an affordable mobile phone series using Series 40 operating system.
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