One of Sri Lanka’s most popular newspapers have taken a page (literally) out of Australia’s mosquito-swatting-with-the-paper ways. The publication, Mawbima, took it one step further, creating a periodical made from mosquito-repellent paper. The spread of Dengue fever has affected more than 13,000 Sri Lankans in the last 6 months alone, and the campaign providing locals with protection from the disease-carrying insects has proved a success. As part of a creative attempt to tackle the epidemic, the initial print campaign provided “shelter” at bus stops around the country. Based on the success, Mawbima decided to print an entire copy of its morning and evening newspapers using ink mixed with citronella on World Health Day.