The Noncommunicable Diseases survey is a project conducted by the Ministry of Health of the Sri Lankan government in order to ascertain the impact of Noncommunicable Diseases in Sri Lanka.
The programme is managed by the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA).
It involves gathering patient data from all hospitals in the country for a particular year, analyzing the data and arriving at various statistics and derived information based on the gathered data.
The system which facilitates this programme was developed by DevUpLink. The project is to go live in January 2018. However, all development has been completed. A demo version of the project is currently available leading up to its launch.