The country is coming to grips with the reality that hundreds of its citizens have joined extremist groups around the world.
The government is seeking public co-operation in locating citizens who joined militants in Syria and Iraq.
Ongoing efforts on both sides of border are undermining the financial viability of militants in Afghanistan who depend heavily on drugs for income.
Of the estimated 600 Kyrgyz civilians who have left to join extremist groups in Iraq and Syria, many have ended up dead.
The effort continues as an estimated 600 Kyrgyz militants have left to fight in Syria and Iraq.
Leaders from Central Asia and the EU leaders are also discussing joint efforts to stem terrorist activities in region.
During the month-long drive, anti-extremism meetings, flash mobs, free film showings, forums, training sessions and online anti-extremism activities took place.
Finding the sources who finance terrorist attacks and other plots is essential to national security, officials say.
A build-up of Afghan extremist groups on the Afghan-Turkmen border is alarming Turkmen leaders, sources close to the government say.
According to the Global Terrorism Index, Uzbekistan was ranked 117th out of 163 countries.