Adema (disambiguation)

Adema (disambiguation)

Adema or ADEMA can refer to:

*Adema, an American alternative rock band
**Adema (album), their debut album
*Alliance for Democracy in Mali, a Malian political party
*AS Adema, a Malagasy football club

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