Bangladesh is one of the major labour-sending countries of the Asia-Pacific region. Revenue generated from migration is one of the driving forces of the economic growth. In the recent years, Bangladesh has recorder steady increase of female migration at the rate of 36%, 14% and 17% in 2016, 2017 and 2018 respectively. Poverty, gender discrimination and limited livelihood options in rural areas create a supply of women workers for countries with high demands for migrant workers. South Asia and the Middle East are the main destination points for the female migration, where protection of migrant workers’ rights is not sufficient.