Citadel Capital is Egypts largest private equity company. In 2007 it launched the Wafra Fund to invest in agriculture in Sudan, in which the company's holdings have since increased to three distinct sites and companies. In Sudan, the fund has since acquired a 30-year lease (renewable for up to 90) on 106,680 ha for wheat farming, by way of its subsidiary Sabina, and 25,210 ha for rice production, by way of another subsidiary, Al-Nahda for Integrated Solutions (or El-Nahda). The company has since harvested produce on both sites. In November 2011, the US governments Overseas Private Investment Corporation provided Citadel with a US$150-million loan package to help expand its subsidiaries. No information is available after 2012 harvest reports, in which Sabina harvested 2100 ha of hybrid sorghum (although the website states Sabina's holdings are mostly intended for sugar cane, with a small portion to other cash crops). El-Nahda intends to grow high-quality rice to be processed at a mill they will construct on-site, and flooding will be controlled by a major levee bank. Citadel Capital's website claims Sabina will allocate US$ 395,000 annually (for the next four years) to 'rehabilitate schools and establish vocational training programs for farmers'. No record of an EIA or formal agreement with the government was found, nor studies or input from local residents.