She’s wrapping her El Dorado World Tour in Bogota, Colombia, on Saturday night.

And on Friday Shakira was guest of honor at the groundbreaking of two new schools – one in Cartagena and the second in her native Barranquilla.

The construction of both will be financed by Shakira’s Barefoot Foundation (Pies Descalzos) that currently manages three schools for underprivileged children and the Barca Foundation.

The Colombian hitmaker, 41, proudly left her hand and footprints on a cement cornerstone to mark the event.

The Deja Vu singer looked gorgeous in a pink, off-the-shoulder blouse with lace panels and blue jeans.

Shakira’s long blonde curly hair shook as she burst into laughter when she plunged her foot into the cold cement.

She happily posed with school children at the ceremony, who welcomed her warmly, as hundreds more waved and held up posters.

Shakira’s tour kicked off in Hamburg, Germany on June 3 and the songstress has played 54 gigs in 23 countries since then.

Meanwhile, Saturday night’s final show will be a bit different.

The star is premiering her new Nada track and video before she hits the stage at Parque Simon Bolivar.

She shared a teaser on Instagram to let her 54.2 million fans know it will available online directly after her performance.