Widows Empowerment Project which trains widows in vocational skills, such as sowing, and educates them as to their rights under Iraqi and international law. This is the most promising project I've seen to date - even if it has only touched a few hundred women to date, in a couple of cities. Wonderful work.
On the other hand, Sourcewatch lists the Iraq Foundation as a Neo-liberal group founded by bankers to help make post-(2003)war Iraq look better-off and grateful to the US for its intervention.
So, great work, but much political baggage. I wonder what educating them as to their rights really means?