Green Ghana Day is an annual event promoting re-afforestation and environmental sustainability in Ghana. The initiative encourages planting trees across the country to combat deforestation and mitigate climate change. The 2024 edition of Green Ghana Day in the Asutifi North District saw significant community participation and successful tree planting.

On 7th June, 2024 the Asutifi North District Assembly together with various stakeholders had the Green Ghana Day at Kenyasi Police Training School. The event was organized with the support of the Forestry Commission, the Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources, and several non-governmental organizations.

About thousand seedlings, including economic trees such as mahogany, and teak, and fruit trees like coconut were planted.

 The District Chief Executive (DCE) and other officials led the tree-planting efforts.

In addressing the gathering, the DCE, Hon. Anthony Mensah stated that Green Ghana Day in the Asutifi North District was a resounding success, with widespread community involvement and a strong focus on environmental sustainability. The event contributed to reafforestation efforts and fostered a sense of community responsibility towards the environment. He further mentioned that continuous efforts and support from all stakeholders are essential to ensure the long-term success of the planted trees and the overall goals of the Green Ghana initiative.

The Commander of the Police Training School assured the authorities of ensuring proper care of the planted trees.