Michel Sidibé tells the Guardian the HIV epidemic could rebound without adequate funding

The head of UNAids, who has been under pressure to resign over his handling of sexual harassment allegations within the agency, has told the Guardian he will not quit, saying that the HIV epidemic is at a crisis point and there is more work to do.

“We have more than 15 million people waiting for treatment. We have many new infections occurring. My job is not yet done,” said Michel Sidibé , the executive director of UNAids, who has spoken about the controversy for the first time.

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