The mini-session brought governments, Development Partners (DP)s, UN entities, the private sector, and academia together to share best practices and exchange views on how to respond to COVID using a collective, resilient and agile data platform and create scope for collaboration within/among nations as well as to boost the taking of timely actions through a “data revolution” to ensure equal access to health services. It provided a platform to explore innovative ways together to apply health sector data insights for tracking progress and making evidenced-based decisions for strengthening LNOB. Emphasis had given to explore strategies to enhance the accessibility of diversified groups to open data analyze.