More could - and should - be done to reduce the rate of stillbirths in Wales, according to the National Assembly's Health and Social Care Committee.
Stillbirth is the most common form of child mortality in Wales, with around four babies dying every week.
Figures show that while neonatal and infant mortality rates have improved significantly over the last decade, stillbirth rates have barely changed since the early 1990s. Furthermore, the stillbirth rate in Scandinavian countries, such as Sweden, is half of that of Wales and the UK.
The Welsh Government says it is working with the NHS to reduce the number of stillbirths.
Rob Osborne reports.