File: Executive director of United Nation AIDS Michel Sidibe answers journalists' questions during a press conference.
GENEVA, Switzerland - The head of UNAIDS will quit his post next year following a scathing report on sexual harassment in the organisation.
Executive Director Michel Sidibe revealed his plans to leave.
He's bowing to apparent pressure just a week after independent experts criticised defective leadership at UNAIDS.
A staff member went public earlier this year with allegations originally laid out in a sexual harassment and assault complaint in 2016.
Sidibe has denied allegations that he tried to force the staff member to drop her sexual assault case.
Sidibe took up the job in 2009.