Most people with epilepsy are not cared for by neurologists due to a low number of trained neurologists, incorrect cultural beliefs about epilepsy, and poor access to clinical care. As a result, our patients are typically first assessed by a traditional healer or a primary health care worker. Thus, although the government's decision to integrate epilepsy services into primary health care is an essential step to reducing the epilepsy treatment gap, it requires expert training programs for nonspecialist healthcare providers and the development of practical epilepsy management programs. CareEpilepsy Ethiopia has so far trained 150 nurses and health officers in epilepsy management.