The African (Banjul) Charter on Human and People's Rights sets out the human rights standards for the following POLICY countries:

    Angola     Benin     Botswanna
    Burkina Faso     Cameroon     Cape Verde
    Cote d'Ivoire     Egypt     Ethiopia
    Gambia     Ghana     Guinea-Bissau
    Kenya     Lesotho     Madagascar
    Malawi     Mali     Mozambique
    Namibia     Nigeria     South Africa
    Swaziland     Tanzania     Uganda
    Zambia     Zimbabwe      

The Right to development is explained in paragraph: (20-22)
The Right to education is explained in paragraph: (17)
The Right to equal protection of the law is explained in paragraph: (3)
The Right to highest attainable standard of physical and mental health is explained in paragraph: (16)
The Right to just and favorable work conditions is explained in paragraph: (15)
The Right to liberty and security of the person is explained in paragraph: (3, 6)
The Right to life and survival is explained in paragraph: (4)
The Right to marry and found a family is explained in paragraph: (10)
The Right to non-discrimination on grounds of age is explained in paragraph: (3, 18(2))
The Right to non-discrimination on grounds of disability (i.e. HIV positive) is explained in paragraph: (3, 18(4))
The Right to non-discrimination on grounds of marital status is explained in paragraph: (3)
The Right to non-discrimination on grounds of race and ethnicity is explained in paragraph: (2, 3)
The Right to non-discrimination on grounds of sex and gender is explained in paragraph: (2, 3, 18(2))
The Right to non-discrimination on grounds of sexual orientation is explained in paragraph: (3)
The Right to private and family life is explained in paragraph: (18)
The Right to receive and impart information is explained in paragraph: (9)
The Right to the benefits of scientific progress is explained in paragraph: (21)