Epilepsy is a common neurological disorder globally affecting 70 million people, up to 90% of whom live in low-income and lower-middle-income countries (L&LMICs) and over half of these are children [1,2]. Epilepsy presenting in childhood is heterogeneous, with diverse underlying aetiologies, clinical presentations, severity and prognosis. Neurobehavioural and psychiatric comorbidities occur in up to 80% of children and are frequently under-recognized [3].

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