Seven of them left Wednesday last week.
According to the Vanuatu Police Force (VPF) update on the case, the trial for the human trafficking case continues this week.
The case is considered as the first human trafficking case for Vanuatu and the biggest ever in the region.
The victims came to Vanuatu in groups with the last arriving in September 28, 2018.
Upon arrival in Vanuatu, they were accommodated at five locations: Pango, Elluk, Tasiriki, Town House and Nabo.
In October 2018, they lodged an official complaint against four suspects who were subsequently arrested.
According to the statement, one of the two main suspects holds a Zimbabwean passport, the other a Mauritius passport as well as Bangladesh passports.
The 101 victims submitted their statements with the TCU Investigation Team last year.
Twenty-six of the victims were identified by the Public Prosecutors Office as possible witnesses for the case, and to proceed with the trial while 75 of them had to returned home.
As the trial continues, the 26 victims slowly returned home in groups.
Five left on December 11, 2019, six later on December 18 and another seven on January 8, 2020.
Agencies that assisted TCU Investigation Team with the investigation are Immigration, Labour, VIPA, Customs, VFSC and FIU.
The four suspects have been charged with human trafficking, slavery, money laundering and threatening.
The government, through the Ministry of Internal Affairs funded their accommodation, food and medications assisted by the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) while they were stranded in Vanuatu.
IOM also helped to facilitate their traveling back to Bangladesh.
Photo supplied Caption: Some of the Bangladeshi nationals of the alleged human trafficking ring in Port Vila in early 2019