The region is divided into 3 districts including Kailahun, Kenema, and Kono districts. For the purpose of electing members of parliament and Councilors to the Eastern region, the region is divided into 30 constituencies and 99 wards respectively.
The Eastern Region of Sierra Leone is one of the six regions of the country. It is bordered by the North-Western Province to the west, the Northern Province to the north, and the Southern Province to the south. The region is home to the Kono District, which is the second-largest diamond-producing district in the world. The main languages spoken in the region are Krio, Mende, and Temne. The region is also home to the Gola Forest National Park, which is the largest protected area in Sierra Leone. The region is known for its rich cultural heritage, and its people are known for their hospitality and hard work. The region is also home to the Loma Mountains, which are the highest mountains in the country. The region is a major agricultural center, and its main crops are rice, cassava, and cocoa.