Non-governmental outreach programs are making a big contribution in improving religious knowledge and literacy, specialists say.
The government has been paying special attention to projects focused on youth.
President Emomali Rahmon in 2018 called for a new law to update Tajikistan's strategy.
An ethnic Tajik man from Uzbekistan drove a hijacked truck into pedestrians in the Swedish capital in 2017, killing 5 Europeans.
IS recruited him in 2013 when he was doing migrant labour in Russia, and he joined the militants in 2015 in Iraq and Syria.
Since January, Kazakh authorities have broken up three potential terrorist attacks in the early preparation stage, and convicted 140 extremists and terrorists.
The Kazakh government's effort to repatriate and reintegrate Kazakh children returning from Syrian and Iraq 'is an example to the whole world'.
Over the past year, Uzbekistan's government has systematically worked to return citizens connected with extremist organisations to peaceful lives.
In seeking new members, militant outfits are using so-called soft power methods and targeting those who lack religious education.
The aim of one of the studies was to identify and analyse the local drivers of extremist sympathies, pertinent information flows and trusted sources of information.