This is a prototype Invenio repository of literature relating to malaria. A disease vector is an agent which transmits an infectious pathogen into another living organism. VecNet was founded in 2011 as a network of institutions assembled to address the concerns and recommendations of the Malaria Eradication Research Agenda (malERA) initiative. The initiative, funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation forms a collection of 12 reviews highlighting the outcomes of consultations with more than 250 experts on malaria from 36 countries, which concluded that the first step in malaria elimination requires widespread access to, and the means to analyze all existing relevant data. VecNet became a portal for malaria information and analysis tools, with the goal of extending present vector control interventions and enabling incorporation of additional interventions to achieve elimination. Unfortunately by 2019 an important component of the portal, the DataCite repository r3d100011136 at ceased to be available. However, the Vector-Borne Disease Network Data Warehouse (VecNet-DW), a project of departments of University of Notre Dame, IN, USA and the Institute of Tropical Health and Medicine at James Cook University, Australia retained the relevant data and is collaborating with Data Futures, which created the new Invenio repository at from which this is derived.