This study examined the causality relationship among the human development, exports of goods and services and economic growth. The study, among others, analyzed the validity of export-led growth hypothesis and human capital endogenous growth hypothesis. Employing VECM and block exogeneity Wald test over 1980-2015 period, human development granger caused economic growth and economic growth granger caused exports at 5% and 10% significance level. There was unidirectional causality effects from human development to economic growth. However, exports granger caused economic growth at 5% and economic growth granger cause exports at only 10% significance level. Hence, there was support of bi-directional causality between exports and economic growth only at 10% significance level.