Éditions Papyrus Afrique, founded and directed by Seydou Nourou Ndiaye, is a Francophone publishing house, publishing mainly in African languages. Its mission is the development of modern literature in national languages. Since its creation in 1996, Papyrus has published more than 130 books published in West African languages. Having a large readership in the region and in the European and US diasporas, Éditions Papyrus Afrique also publishes a monthly newsletter in Wolof and Pulaar Lasli/ Njelbean.
Éditions Papyrus Afrique were the recipients of the Alioune Diop Prize for the Promotion of Publishing in Africa in 2002. They were also the first to be awarded the National Prize for the Promotion of Publishing in Africa in Senegal, in 2005.