All development work and government policies should be audited through the gender lens, since female migrants face different challenges and problems than male migrants throughout the whole process. Whenever any development initiative fails to take the gender need into account that makes the whole initiative questionable in terms of holistic approach, especially for such a crucial issue as migration.
Gender blindness worsens the already underdeveloped migration policies and programs for female migrants. In general, people who aspire to migrate to another country are from the poor socioeconomic cluster of the society having lesser access to basic needs of life. This scenario is even worse when it comes to women as who are most vulnerable among the vulnerables. Therefore, with the rise of Bangladeshi women looking for overseas employment opportunities, the urgency of amending policies and process of migration keeping the gender inclusivity as priority is clear.