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This article is about the Kenyan political party. For other uses, see Safina (disambiguation).
Safina Party
Leader Paul Muite
Chairperson Mwalimu Mati
Secretary-General Cyprian Nyamwamu
Deputy chairperson Dina Awuor
Deputy secretary general David Kitur
Treasurer Asia Suleiman
Deputy Treasurer Cllr. Mumo Kithae
Founded 1994
Headquarters Amboseli Road, Lavington, Nairobi
Ideology Liberalism
Social justice
Green politics
Political position Centre-left

The Safina (Swahili for "Ark") is a political party in Kenya. At the legislative elections on 27 December 2007, the party won 5 out of 210 elected seats.

The Party Leader is Paul Kibugi Muite, a former Member of Parliament for Kabete constituency and a Senior Counsel at the Kenyan Bar. He and his running mate, Dr. Shem Ochudho, were contestants for the Presidency of Kenya in the March 4, 2013 election. The party is also fielding 4 candidates for Governor; 10 candidates for the Senate; 10 County Women Representatives; 52 candidates for the National Assembly; and 400 candidates for the County Assemblies across the country.

The Safina party's highest organ is a National Executive Council which meets twice a year. The NEC is elected for 4 year terms by a National Delegates Convention. The current NEC was elected on July 15, 2011.