The existing land ownership and tenure property systems in Communal Areas are not conducive to attracting the quantum and type of investments required to unlock the full economic potential of the communal areas that support a large part of our population. A Bank of Namibia Policy Proposal addressed to the Ministry of Land Reform, in January 2019 also included a comparative study of the Leasehold System in Botswana and contained various recommendations which will be reviewed under this activity. The objective is to augment the probability of financial institutions extending credit to parties looking to invest in communal areas and to accelerate concessions on wildlife and tourism in communal areas and in state protected areas. With the aim of attracting investors to Communal Areas in Namibia, this activity will review the above and harmonise the following five (5) pieces of legislation: the Land Bill, Deeds Registration Bill, Wildlife and Protected Areas Management Bill, Namibia Investment Promotion Act and the Namibia Tourism Bill in an effort to attract foreign and local investment into some of the most impoverished areas in Namibia. The proposed activity is expected to improve productivity of communal land as it relates to agriculture, tourism, manufacturing and other industries and will be completed by the third quarter of the 2021 financial year.