The COVID-19 epidemic has affected many countries and the World Health Organization has declared it a “pandemic”. The National Commission for Women is aware that the Government of India has been relentlessly working for the welfare of these migrants and checking of any exodus during this lockdown. The Commission, being the apex statutory body working for women's empowerment in the country, deems itself duty-bound to propose certain interventions in light of its mandate. Since women are the most adversely affected in situations of crisis, it becomes extremely pivotal that the safety and security of women migrants are ensured. In view of this, the Commission issues this advisory on April 7, 2020 to address the following needs of “Internal Women Migrants in India During COVID-19 Lockdown”: food, shelter/accommodation, safety and security (from gender-based violence), health, mental health, and hygiene.