Notes and itnews 1981 Noma Award goes to Nigerian medical professor Felix C. Adi, a Nigerian medical professor, is the 1981 winner of the Noma Award for Publishing in Africa, for his book Health Education for the Community, published by Nwamife Publishers Limited, Enugu, Nigeria, in 1980. The prize is worth $3,000 and a cheque for this amount was presented to him by Professor Eldred Jones, Chairman of the Noma Award Managing Committee, at a special ceremony on the opening day of the 1981 Ife International Book Fair (a report about the Fair appears on page 105). * Jours couleur de so/eil by Djamal Amrani (Algeria) Alger: Societe Nationale d'Edition et de Diffusion, 1980. Inongova Njakenjake by Charles Mungoshi (Zimbabwe) Salisbury: The Literature Bureau in association with Longman Publishers (Pvt.) Ltd., 1980 The Floods: a play by John Ruganda (Uganda) Nairobi: East African Publishing House, 1980. L'idee d'une Philosophie negro-africaine by Marcien Towa (Cameroun) Yaounde: Editions CLE, 1979. A Study of Kalenjin Linguisiics by Taaitta Toweet (Kenya) Nairobi: Kenya Literature Bureau, 1979. The Noma Award for Publishing in Africa is a new annual book prize established by Shoichi Noma, President of the large Japanese Publishing Company Kodansha Ltd,
The African Book Publishing Record – de Gruyter
Published: Jan 1, 1981
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