This report illustrates why Southeast Asian countries need big data for pandemic recovery to radically transform the delivery
of key services such as health care, social welfare and protection, and education. The final of a four-part series, it looks
at the impact of COVID-19 on Cambodia, Indonesia, Myanmar, the Philippines, and Thailand to determine how big data could be
an invaluable tool to help governments analyze the challenges they face. It outlines policy reforms and recommendations to
help capture the benefits of big data. These include drawing up digital road maps, improving technical infrastructure, increasing
data quality, and ramping up training programs to create a skilled workforce to lead the digital transformation.