The list was published on Forbes website highlighting the world’s 100 most powerful women
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has ranked 39th on the Forbes list of the world's 100 Most Powerful Women of 2020.
Sheikh Hasina is the longest-serving prime minister in the history of Bangladesh.
She won the fourth term, which is also her third consecutive term, after her party Awami League won 288 of the 300 parliamentary seats.
"An ongoing struggle of Hasina has been establishing a firm democracy in Bangladesh," Forbes wrote.
Forbes, in the list said that Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is focusing on issues such as food security and access to education and healthcare.
The list was published on Forbes website highlighting the world's 100 most powerful women.
The women on the 17th annual power list hail from 30 countries and were born across four generations. There are 10 heads of state, 38 CEOs and five entertainers among them.
"But where they differ in age, nationality and job description, they are united in the ways they have been using their platforms to address the unique challenges of 2020," Forbes said.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is on No.1 for the tenth year in a row, with European Central Bank head Christine Lagarde coming in second for the second consecutive year.