Budget Analysis Rajasthan Centre

Budget Analysis Rajasthan Centre (BARC), set up in January 2002, is designed to help those working with the poor at the local levels, to learn how to use the budget data in their planning and advocacy work. The role of the Center is to analyze the Rajasthan state budgets and public policies from a pro-poor and marginalized people’s perspective in an attempt to promote transparent, accountable, participatory governance, and a people-centered perspective with regard to the preparation and implementation of budgets.

BARC seeks to attempt to build partnerships with members of the Budget Analysis network in India, and at the same time, to act as a “watch dog”. The Centre protects and strengthens the monitoring work of like-minded people while also looks into the common people’s issues and joins in lobbying work. It interprets and analyses the budget figures combined with other data. The Centre is also involved in emphasizing issues that affect the daily lives of the tribals, women, and agricultural laborers, such as health, education, water, drought, food, security, and employment.

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