In recent years, mosquito-borne diseases (MBD) have become a serious public health problem in India. Mosquitoes are a real nuisance, they leave bite marks that itch and are annoying due to sleep disturbances at night. The irritation caused by the bites can be especially distressing for children. At worst, mosquitoes transmit a range of deadly diseases. In India, the most common mosquito-borne diseases are malaria, dengue and Chikungunya, as well as Japanese B encephalitis. The use of mosquito repellents, protective clothing and mosquito nets are important personal protective measures against mosquito-borne diseases. Mosquito repellent or agarbatti incense sticks are also gaining popularity for repelling mosquitoes because they are easy to use, inexpensive, and contain no harmful contaminants.This project profile concerns the creation of an agarbatti mosquito repellent production unit, on the basis of 300 working days per year and 8 working hours per day.