Vectors are living organisms that can pass infectious pathogens to humans through bites, such as mosquitoes, ticks and fleas. Vector-borne infections are caused by parasites, viruses and bacteria. There above 17% of all infections of human being are vector-borne diseases, which cause to 700 000 deaths.
Malaria is an important life-threatening vector-borne disease worldwide. WHO estimated 229 million cases of malaria in 2019, which were including 400, 000 dead cases. Over one million children die from malaria each year. Dengue, the second most important vector-borne disease, shows a dramatically globally growth in recent decades with an estimated 100-400 million infections each year