The initiative will raise the status of prayer leaders among society and reduce their vulnerability to extremist recruiters or others seeking to influence them, authorities say.
Chief of Army Staff Gen. Qamar Javed Bajwa visited the area in early January and expressed satisfaction over the security situation and development efforts.
Suicide bombers, as well as those who support and train them, are traitors against the state and Islam, according to a newly issued fatwa.
Extremism, terrorism and war are detrimental to both Pakistan and Afghanistan, and the two must fight together, say Pakistani and Afghan youth.
Writers welcome the initiative, which seeks to provide training, a platform and an online network for writers in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
Authorities are urging the public to avoid donating to such groups and to report any suspicious activity to authorities.
Of 473 militants arrested in KP in 2017, 58 had at least two years of university education.
Farmers can make much more money growing saffron than illegal drugs, and doing so has the added benefit of undermining terrorist groups.
Teachers are welcoming the subject matter, which is aimed at helping the younger generation act socially responsible.
The business community has welcomed the step and says it will bring more women into the mainstream.