Health app iMoko makes its South Island debut at Christchurch's Te Whānau Tahi School

Fifteen-year-old Maia Kamareira is a "digital health aid" in training.

She and three others at Christchurch's Te Whānau Tahi School - two school staff and a parent - are learning to diagnose minor illnesses and report them to volunteer doctors in Kaitaia through community health app iMOKO.

Developed by 2014's New Zealander of the Year Dr Lance O'Sullivan three years ago, iMOKO made its South Island debut at the kura kaupapa Māori, Te Whānau Tahi, on Wednesday 22 March 2017.

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