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Priorities, opportunities and challenges for securing developmental outcomes from open data driven approaches vary across continents. It is important for the agenda for research and development in each region to be set, owned and driven from within that region. From 4 to 6 February 2015, a total of 34 individuals (25 male, 9 female) from 11 countries across Asia and from four other countries outside the region (See Annex 1: Participants List) convened in Jakarta, Indonesia to define the region’s open data agenda leading to 2020.

This Regional Agenda-Setting Workshop was conducted as part of the IDRC-funded Harnessing Open Data to Achieve Development Results in Africa and Asia project and organized by the Web Foundation’s Open Data Lab Jakarta in partnership with the Open Data for Development Network.