Anything that requires effort, creativity, or willingness to take on risk in order to be created or provided (housing, food, health care, etc.) cannot
be a basic human right
. There is no way to guarantee those things without enslaving someone else:
health care: you must enslave the doctor, who spent years of his life learning his profession, by telling him who he must treat, how much he must charge for his knowledge and labor, etc.
food: you must enslave the farmer, who accepts weather and crop failure risks and expends his labor in the fields, by telling him what to grow, how much to plant, and to whom to sell and for how much.
housing: you must enslave the contractor and the construction worker, telling them what to build, where to build it, and how much to charge for it.
Those "rights" boil down to either the enslavement of the persons who are the producers, or the confiscation by force of the wealth produced by the labors of others in order to pay the farmer, doctor, and construction worker without enslaving them specifically.
Basic human rights are the intangibles that do not require something to be coerced from another human being:
life: murder should be illegal, and your government should not be able to coerce you with force.
liberty: freedom of speech (even political speech), the right to bear arms (to protect your liberty, not just in self-defense, but even from a tyrannical government), etc.
pursuit of happiness: being able to choose a career (but also to be responsible for the consequences of that choice by not impinging on someone else's liberty or pursuit of happiness) and gain materially from your efforts and to own personal property.
Using the government to ensure material results into basic human rights is tyranny.