According to available data from the Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) in Libya compiled in the following snapshot by the DTM REMAP project, funded by the European Union (EU), 20,123 Bangladeshi nationals were identified through DTM’s baseline Mobility Tracking module in Libya between March and April 2021. Mobility Tracking in Libya gathers data through key informant interviews at both the municipality and community level on a bi-monthly basis. All 100 municipalities were assessed, and 1,944 key informant interviews were carried out during the data collection period. Of the total migrants identified by key informants in the country in March and April 2021, Bangladeshi migrants made up only three per cent of total migrants in the country; however, Bangladeshi nationals accounted for 40 per cent of all migrants, including refugees, from South Asia and the Middle East. Ninety-four per cent of Bangladeshi migrants used air travel as their means of transportation to Libya. In addition, the average cost of their migration was 3,919 USD2. Sixty-seven percent of Bangladeshi migrants were identified in western Libya, with Tripoli having the highest (28%) concentration of Bangladeshi nationals, followed by Ejdabia (10%) and Misrata (10%).