Hereby the list of all countries with more than two entries on this list:
I suppose that a "bigger issue" is how many of those sites aren't even on that country's T List?
Assif - your list of 164 sites (to date and counting?!!) is impressive and represents a lot of "knowledge", work and added value. A problem I have is the lack of any easy reference back to the "gap" which each of those sites is/might be regarded as "filling". I have got a bit lost with all the different categories and subcategories acorss Cultural and Natural which have been used across the past year when you started in Feb 2013.The output is scattered across posts on the forum going back over a year!
I wonder if "lists" on this Forum are really the best way of displaying the data- might not a spreadsheet format be better? Els can provide a link to such a spreadsheet if you send it to her so we can all view it.
I would suggest something along the lines of
A row per proposed/potential "gap filling" site as identified by yourself
Then, for each row, columns covering
a. Category - e.g Natural
b. Sub category e.g Habitat
c. Sub sub category e.g Somali-Maasai Savannah
d. Proposed/possible Gap filling site e.g Samburu NP
f. T List or not?
g. Date on T List
For completeness and ease of reference back to the original lists of Gaps as identified by ICOMOS/IUCN the spreadsheet could include sites which you/we regard as having filled a gap. In which case row f could have 3 possible entries - Inscribed/T List/Not on T List and row g would show the date of inscription.
Row h could be used where to record doubts you might have about whether this actually fills the gap, gaps for which no site seems suitable, which of 2 potential gap fillers is regarded as more suitable etc etc
Such a spreadsheet could be sorted by you/us at will by combinations of category etc/country, filled, unfilled and provides the entire analysis to date in a single location