THE DZINDZISO METHOD.
Common Property resources can be described as community’s natural resources where every member has access and usage with specified obligations, without anybody having exclusive property right over them. (Jodha, 1986). In simple terms, they are resources that everybody has access to and they are managed collectively by the community in which they are found. Examples of common property resources include; fisheries, wildlife, forests, rivers, lakes, and wetlands. It must however be noted that, common properties are not only related to natural resources but can also be man-made resources that serve the general public interest. For example public transport and and hospitals.