Al-Wehdat Sports Club is a Jordanian sports club founded in 1956. The club is based in and represents the Amman New Camp, a Palestinian refugee camp which is also known as Al-Wehdat.
Al-Wehda Club is a multi-sports club from Mecca, Saudi Arabia, founded in 1945. The football section plays in the Saudi Professional League.
Al-Wehda SC is a Libyan football and basketball club based in Tripoli, Libya.
Al-Wehda Sports Club (Arabic: نادي الوحدة الرياضي الثقافي) is a Yemeni football club based in Sheikh Othman, Aden, Yemen. The club was founded in 1929.
Al-Wehda Sports & Cultural Club is a Yemeni football club based in Sana'a. Founded in 1954, Al-Wahda (which means "unity" in Arabic), is one of the most successful and famous clubs in Yemen, having won the Yemeni League four times since 1990.
Amman New Camp or Al-Wehdat camp, locally known as Al-Wihdat , which is located in the Hay Al Awdah neighbourhood, in southeast Amman, the capital city of Jordan occupies a 0.48 km2 (0.19 sq mi), Of the ten recognized Palestinian refugee camps in Jordan, Al-Wehdat is the second largest, with a population of roughly 57,000 registered refugees, which includes 8,400 students. The United Nation body responsible for administrating Palestinian refugee camps, is the Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA).
Wahda or Al-Wahda also Al-Wehda (الوحدة "the unity") may refer to:
The Al-Wehda Dam , formerly known as Maqarin Dam, is a 110 m (360 ft) roller-compacted concrete gravity dam on the Yarmouk River on the border between Syria and Jordan. It can hold up to 115,000,000 m3 (93,000 acre⋅ft) of water and is designed to provide Jordan with water for both human consumption and agriculture.
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