Farthest Corners has been working to alleviate suffering in southeast Asia since 2006.  In 2008, Farthest Corners responded to assist with the catastrophic cyclone Nargis which killed at least 250,000 people officially although the real death too will never be known. In 2009, Farthest Corners assisted with rice relief during a famine that struck Chin State, when droves of rats cleared entire rice fields.  In 2015-2016, Farthest Corners helped with flood relief in Saigaing Division and Chin State Myanmar (Burma). In 2021 Farthest Corners helped to fund the building of an oxygen plant in Kalaymo, essential for treating those suffering from the impacts of Covid-19.